The first advanced law degree in agricultural and food law was founded at the University of Arkansas School of Law more than 30 years ago. Since that time, the LL.M. Program in Agricultural and Food Law has led the nation in this important area of law, connecting lawyers to our food system, from farm to plate.
With an expansive curriculum of courses designed specifically for the LL.M. candidates, the School of Law offers the best in specialized education. The professors are nationally recognized scholars and practitioners.
Only 24 credits are needed for the degree.
- Number of alumni: 300