Top Agricultural Law and Taxation Developments of 2020

Washburn University School of Law is pleased to present the "Top Agricultural Law and Taxation Developments of 2020" program on Monday, January 11, 2021. This program will be available as an online webinar only (see "Information for Online Attendees" elsewhere on this page).

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About the Program

This live webinar features Professor McEowen's popular "Top Ten" list of the prior year's most important developments in agricultural law and taxation. This is Professor McEowen's 25th consecutive year of summarizing the top developments in these areas. The presentation is valuable for lawyers and tax professionals with agricultural and rural clients, as well as farmers, ranchers, agribusiness professionals, and rural landowners. In addition to the "Top Ten" developments, Professor McEowen will address other rulings, cases developments that were significant in 2020, and take a look forward to what could be the most important issues in 2021. Areas covered include: bankruptcy and the farm economy; estate and business planning; income taxation; environmental and regulatory law; real estate; water law.


Photograph: Roger McMillan.

  • Roger A. McEowen, Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation, Washburn University School of Law [Learn more]


  • 10:30 a.m. — Sign-in begins
  • 11:00 a.m. — Program begins
  • 12:40 p.m. — Adjourn

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Video on Demand

Video from this program will be available at for $70 beginning approximately January 15, 2021. Credit will not be available for viewing the program through Vimeo.

Date / Location

Monday, January 11, 2021
11:00 a.m.-12:40 p.m. (central time)

Available online only. Sorry, no in-person.

Registration Fee
  • $70 (attorney; IRS Enrolled Agent; IRS Other Tax Return Preparer)
  • $35 (non-credit seeking attendees)
  • No charge (students, but must register)
CLE Credit

Accreditation pending.

Online Attendees: See note below regarding Nontraditional Programming Limitation.

Other Continuing Education Credit

CPAs: This webinar is not NASBA approved so does not provide Kansas CPA credit.

Information for Online Attendees

This CLE will be streamed via Zoom. There is no charge to use Zoom. The link to the program will be sent to online attendees via email.

Online attendance at this program falls under the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission's (KSCLE) "Live programming" definition; 12 CLE credit hours may be earned through online attendance each compliance period. See Rules and Guidelines and the FAQ at the Kansas CLE Commission website for more information.

Nontraditional programming limitations may vary in other jurisdictions; it is the responsibility of the attendee seeking credit to verify any limitations.


The sponsors reserve the right to cancel this program.

Assistance for Special Needs

If you require special services or auxiliary aids to assist you while attending the event, please call Donna Vilander at (785) 670-1105.