LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 21, 2020) — The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law (KJEANRL) is set to host its sixth annual symposium Friday, Feb. 28, in the G. Chad Perry III Grand Courtroom of the newly renovated University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law building. The event will begin at 8:45 a.m. and conclude around 4:30 p.m.
Legal practitioners and professors from across the United States will discuss current legal issues affecting the equine, agriculture and natural resource industries as part of the symposium.
Presenters for the all-day event include:
- Stephen Vaden, U.S. Department of Agriculture;
- Becky Jacobs (with Chelsea Jacobs), University of Tennessee College of Law;
- A.J. Singleton, Stoll Keenon Ogden;
- Sonja Keating, U.S. Equestrian Federation;
- Julie Fershtman, Foster Swift Collins & Smith; and
- Lawrence Kogan, Kogan Law Group.
The symposium sessions will follow a variety of topics, including legislation affecting the equine industry, Clean Water Act litigation, food law, ethics in succession planning, and federal hemp regulation and trade.
To attend the symposium, registration is required. For more information and to register for the event visit www.kjeanrl.com/symposium. CLE credit is pending approval.
The KJEANRL is a multi-disciplinary journal of law published twice annually by the UK J. David Rosenberg College of Law and edited entirely by students.
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