Second Annual Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference
Agricultural & Food Law Consortium
April 17th 2014 University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
$150 for Attorneys that plan to seek CLE credit and $100 for other attendees, $25 for Students
Continuing Legal Education
While this presentation is designed to be relevant for both attorneys and non-attorneys, it has been approved for 300 minutes of general Continuing Legal Education credit and 60 minutes of Ethics/Professional Education credit in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee. However, many other states allow attorneys to earn credit through reciprocity or self-submission. For more information about other state accreditation requirements, the ABA has assembled a resource here.
For attorneys outside the state of Arkansas who wish to apply for CLE credit in their state, the National Agricultural Law Center will be happy to provide any needed documentation or materials necessary to submit to their state Bar. For any assistance needed in this regard, please contact Rusty Rumley at firstname.lastname@example.org
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