The American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) is a proficient organization concerned with the legal needs of the agricultural community in the USA. The association was founded in 1985.
The AALA offers an independent, non-political forum for the investigation and resolution of problems in agricultural law. It has over 500 members throughout the United States, and works also with students, academics & legal professionals regarding the legal needs of the agricultural community. The AALA meets once a year, with the 2009 annual conference to be held in Williamsburg, Virginia on September 25–26, 2009.
The AALA publishes a monthly newsletter, The Agricultural Law Update, containing articles by specialists on water & natural resources law, agricultural labour law ,government regulations, cooperatives, environmental issues, taxation, finance and credit, seed & plant issues, small farm issues, farmland protection, and congressional activity. It is distributed to members electronically through mail; all AALA members are encouraged to submit articles on agricultural law developments in their area.Read More»