Harrison Pittman, director
The National Agricultural Law Center is a federally funded agricultural law research and information center located at the University of Arkansas School of Law. Created in 1987, the center fulfills its mission by conducting and sponsoring objective and authoritative agricultural and food law research and by providing bibliographic and other resources on agricultural and food law.
The center works closely with the UA School of Law Graduate Program in Agricultural Law, an academic program that awards the Master of Laws degree in Agricultural Law. Selected students in the graduate program serve as research fellows at the center during their residency in the graduate program.
The center is the only one of its kind in the United States and has received national recognition. It recently enhanced its national reach by establishing a collaborative relationship with the Agricultural Law Center at Drake University School of Law in Des Moines, Iowa.
Publications and research assistance are available in print and through the website.