11th Annual Mid-South Agricultural & Environmental Law Conference

Hosted by the National Agricultural Law Center

June 6-7, 2024

Memphis, Tennessee

University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law

Agriculture in the Mid-South is uniquely impacted by changes and developments in state, federal, and international laws and policies.  This program is part of a long-term effort to provide relevant and timely agricultural and environmental legal research and information to attorneys, lenders, accountants, tax consultants, students and other agricultural professionals involved in the agricultural industries in the southern U.S. The goal is to provide resources in the form of presentations and content, as well as to foster dialogue about the range of agricultural, food, and environmental law issues for the Mid-South agricultural community. Additionally, on the evening before (June 6th) conference attendees are invited to network and visit with colleagues as we host a “Beer and BBQ” reception at Rendezvous, a Memphis icon.

This conference will take place in person in Memphis, Tennessee, but will also be live streamed online for attendees who are unable to attend in person.  It will feature 6 hours of continuing education, including an hour of ethics. Further, for participants who register by May 13th, 3 “bonus hours” of online continuing education will also be included.  More information on continuing education credit is available below.

Conference Date & Time: 

Thursday, June 6, 2024: “Beer and BBQ” Networking Dinner

Friday, June 7, 2024: Main Program

Conference Location: 

University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law

1 North Front Street
Memphis, TN 38103

Live-streamed online for virtual participation

 Conference Agenda

Registration:

Cost:

Attendees seeking continuing education credit (CLE/CE): $225

Other attendees, not seeking professional credit: $175

Members of the media: $100

Undergraduate or Law Students: $50

Sponsorships:

Contact NALC Director Harrison Pittman for more information at hmpittm@uark.edu.

Lodging:

Organizers have not reserved a conference block of rooms, but several hotels are located across the street from or within a block of the law school. Click here for a map.

Continuing Education:

For the June 7th conference:

  • Legal- This program has been approved for 5 hours of CLE accreditation and 1 hour of ethics in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee. It has been approved for 6.4 hours of CLE and 1.2 hours of ethics in Missouri and approved for 6.3 hours of CLE and 1 hour of ethics in Kansas.
  • American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers: This program has been approved for 6 hours of CE.

For the “bonus” online CLE on May 14th:

  • Legal- This program has been approved for 2 hours of CLE credit in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee. It has been approved for 2.2 hours of CLE credit in Kansas. It has been approved for 2 hours of CLE credit in Missouri.
  • American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers: This program has been approved for 2 hours of CE.

Attendees routinely apply for continuing education credit in other states or for other professions.  For more information and assistance, email Rusty Rumley.

Conference Materials:

Speaker Biographies

Conference Materials

Bonus CLE Materials:

Join us as we continue a tradition of fun, food and ag law!