Thursday, April 16, 2015

Special Guest: Director of Congressional Relations in the Public Policy Department, Kristi Boswell

Immigration Reform in Agriculture

On Tuesday, special guest Kristi Boswell will visit the LL.M. class to provide a special session on Immigration Reform in Agriculture. Her visit is a part of the ongoing Agricultural Labor Law Course taught by LL.M. Adjunct Professor Amy Lowenthal. Kristi will join the class via video conference. 

Kristi Boswell serves as the Director of Congressional Relations in the Public Policy Department handling labor issues.

Prior to joining America Farm Bureau Federation, Kristi practiced corporate defense litigation, including labor and employment, at Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP in Omaha, Nebraska. Before attending law school, Kristi worked as an aide to former Nebraska State Senator Pamela Redfield in the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature.

Kristi grew up on a farm in southeastern Nebraska where her family raised corn and soybeans. Kristi graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Nebraska in 2004 and received her Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2009.

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