Saturday, June 4, 2011

Congratulations to the LL.M. Class of 2011

The LL.M. class of 2011 was our largest class, with nineteen candidates from nine different states and three foreign countries. They were a fantastic group, diverse in perspective, but united in their interest in learning the complex laws associated with agricultural production and our overall food system. We will miss having them with us, but are proud to welcome them into the ranks of our alumni. Here are some pictures of our celebratory dinner and a few from graduation.  I will post more as they come in.  And, I will be posting in the coming days about some of the interesting work that these extraordinary attorneys will be doing with their specialized education.  Congratulations, all!

Dinner at the GreenHouse Grille

Rich and Jackie Burnett and future LL.M. candidate, Spencer. 

After dinner pictures
Kerri Boling receives her hooding from Professor Mary Beth Matthews

Maxim Gubarev walks across the stage to receive his LL.M. diploma


Dean Nance and I congratulate Ben Thomas

Allison Waldrip receiving her degree from her father, Mark Waldrip, an alumnus of the US School of Law and a current member of the UA Board of Trustees

Alexandra Gaintseva & Maxim Gubarev with me after the ceremony

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