Roux is proud to partner with the National Agricultural Law Center on their upcoming conferences for 2023. The agricultural industry throughout the United States is uniquely impacted by changes and developments in state, federal, and international laws and policies.
Join us for two informative programs, offered both online and in person, providing relevant and timely agricultural and environmental legal research and information to attorneys, lenders, land managers, farm appraisers, and many more. The goal of each conference is to provide premiere legal education programs combined with networking opportunities that ultimately help strengthen the agricultural industry.
Western Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference
Thursday, May 4 – Friday, May 5
Reno, Nevada & Available Online
This inaugural conference will explore the many agricultural issues unique to the Western US—water rights, foreign ownership of agricultural land, Endangered Species Act, Proposition 65, and many more—which often more broadly impact the agricultural industry throughout the US. The main conference will feature 11 hours of continuing education, including one hour of Legal Ethics.
On May 5, The Western Conference will feature Roux’s Emily Goswami, M.S., CIH, who will join Alexandra L. Lizano and Sophia B. Castillo of Downey Brand on the session Prop 65: What Happens in California Isn’t Staying in California. Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about significant exposures to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm—will this impact additional regions?
Click here to read more and register. Register by Tuesday, April 18 for three “bonus hours” of online continuing education (including one hour of Legal Ethics).
10th Annual Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference
Thursday, June 8 – Friday, June 9
Memphis, Tennessee & Available Online
This 10th annual conference program is part of a long-term effort to provide pertinent agricultural and environmental legal research and information in the form of presentations and content, fostering a dialogue about the range of agricultural, food, and environmental law issues for the Mid-South. The conference features 6 hours of continuing education, including an hour of Legal Ethics.
Click here to read more and register. Register by Tuesday, May 23 for three “bonus hours” of online continuing education (including one hour of Legal Ethics).