The University of Nebraska College of Law has announced a course for the upcoming summer intersession that is “designed to help students understand the existing legal structure and theory involved in modern animal science.”  The course will be a valuable learning experience for students interested in agriculture and the ongoing debate about agriculture as a production system.

The class will meet from May 15th through the 22nd in Lincoln, NE, and students will be eligible for 2 credit hours.  Students must be enrolled in accredited law schools and have completed their first year of law school.
The intensive course will be taught by a team of four, including

  • Anthony Schutz
    • Associate Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law
  • Elizabeth Rumley
    • Senior Staff Attorney, National Agricultural Law Center
  • Rusty Rumley
    • Senior Staff Attorney, National Agricultural Law Center
  • Maureen Moseman
    • Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law
Scholarship assistance for tuition, travel, and lodging is available for students who do not attend the University of Nebraska College of Law.  For more information and to register, contact Professor Schutz at anthony@unl.edu.  For a flyer with information about the class, please click here.