AGRI 321 - Agricultural Law and Policy

An examination of laws, regulations, and case decisions that are of significance to the agricultural production, business, and food industries. Domestic agriculture and food policy will be discussed. General topics in contract, tort, and real estate law will be presented, as will specialized topics in business planning, water law, food regulation, environmental protection, animal and fence law, agricultural employment, and estate/succession planning.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Junior Level Standing - 60 Semester Units
Last updated: 05/23/2022