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I would like to earn an Agriculture Law degree, what college(s) would fit me?

I would like to attend a college with a agricultural background.

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Thank you comment icon Hello Olivia! I have a friend who is interested in Ag. law as well and it is amazing. some of the advice that I've received on finding a college that fits me is googling colleges that you are interested in or you could look up some of the top ag. law colleges in the country and read on their site about different things such as campus life, housing, tuition, courses offered and also location! hope that helps you! Hannah

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DENNIS’s Answer

Hi Olivia: I'd suggest you take this one step at a time. Pick an undergrad school you like and feel offers you the best for an ag background. Remember, it is who you are first before you tackle law. Now, Law School is quite an odd experience. It changes you in some ways. Go in with an open mind and then work toward your goal. The Law is about passion. If you have a passion for agriculture, you'll find your path. You need to take the basic classes after which you will find the courses you need to get into the niche you need. Good luck. Enjoy the journey!
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Kim’s Answer

Hi Olivia!


Nothing against Alabama, but. . . Texas A&M is outstanding in the Ag field. If it is possible for you to go out of state for your undergrad, I would recommend looking at that school.


US News and World Report has a college search website, I recommend using it to find other possibilities.

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/regional-universities


Kim

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Helen’s Answer

Hello! If you would want to consider a community college, Pierce College in Los Angeles might be a good place to start. I attended Pierce College and can attest to the school offering great resources and classes for students to transfer into a 4 year university. Let me know if you would like more information.
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