The National Agricultural Law Center is the only agricultural law research and information facility that is independent, national in scope, and directly connected to the national agricultural information network.
This bibliography, updated quarterly, is organized through the use of forty-eight (48) legal subject categories. The entries in the bibliography derive primarily from law journals, law reviews, and legal periodicals that publish articles, comments, notes, and developments that comprise the body of published research in agricultural and food law.
Founded in 1983, the Center is internationally recognized for providing opportunities to study how the legal system shapes our food system and influences the ability of the agricultural sector to produce, market and utilize agricultural products.
The American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) is a national professional organization focusing on the legal needs of the agricultural community. Crossing traditional barriers, it offers an independent, nonpartisan forum for investigation of innovative and workable solutions to complex agricultural law problems.
The Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation (CALT) at Iowa State University, created by the Iowa Board of Regents in 2006, provides timely, critically objective information to producers, professionals and agribusinesses concerning the application of important developments in agricultural law and taxation (federal and state legal opinions of relevance, as well as critical legislative developments), and is a primary source of professional educational training in agricultural law and taxation.
The Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center is a collaboration between Penn State Law and the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences. Under the direction of Ross Pifer, the center is funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and designed to provide the highest-quality educational programs, information and materials to those involved or interested in agricultural law and policy.