Saturday, January 17, 2015

LLM Alum Blake Rollins Joins Senator Boozman's Staff

We are delighted to announce that Blake Rollins, an alumnus of the University of Arkansas Law School and the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law has joined Senator John Boozman's staff in Washington, D.C.

Blake will serve as a Legislative Assistant, advising the senator on agriculture and tax policies. The Senator's press release includes this comment from Blake,

“As an Arkansan, it’s an honor to work for Senator Boozman. He is dedicated to serving Arkansas every day, and I am excited to join his team.” 

And, Senator Boozman's statement,

“Blake is a great addition to my team. His connection to Arkansas and his unique understanding of agriculture and the policies that shape our state’s number one industry will benefit agribusinesses and producers.  I appreciate Blake’s dedication, hard work, enthusiasm and commitment to improving Arkansas.”

Before joining Senator Boozman's office, Blake served as counsel at the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture. Prior to his work on the committee, Rollins held clerkship and externship positions in the public and private sector, including serving as an extern at Wal-Mart in renewable energy and emissions.

Rollins earned his B.A. from Taylor University and his J.D. and LL.M. in Agriculture and Food Law at the University of Arkansas. He is a member of the Arkansas Bar.  Congratulations, Blake!

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