Texas A&M Journal of Property Law

Fall 2018 Symposium

Rural Development: Using Innovation to Create Thriving Communities

Texas-A&M-Journal-of-Property-Law-F2018-SymposiumOctober 26, 2018
8:30 a.m. - ​4:00 p.m.

Texas A&M School of Law
1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

5.25 CLE credit hours available

The Texas A&M Journal of Property Law is getting in touch with its Aggie roots for the Fall 2018 symposium on rural development. This timely topic will cover a range of issues facing rural lands, from agriculture to infrastructure and healthcare. Expert panelists will ​discuss the unique challenges and solutions at play in rural America.

Keynote by Edd Hargett '69


  • Agriculture: The Voice and Experience of Rural Farmers
  • The Energies of Rural Development
  • Private Lands Conservation and Habitat Management
  • What Rural Communities Need to Thrive
  • Perspectives from Local Leaders

Download the symposium schedule


  • Registration fee of $55 includes all presentations, CLE credit, grab & go breakfast, and lunch.
    Free for current students and faculty. All attendees (fee-paying ​& free) must register.
    Registration is closed.

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