Chicago, Illinois Agriculture Attorneys

Compare 4 attorneys and 4 law firms in Chicago, IL. Sort by highest rating and years of agriculture experience.

Raymond Lyons Jr

Chicago agriculture attorney at Williams Montgomery and John with 39 years experience

(312) 443-3200

233 South Wacker Drive, Suite 6100, Chicago, IL 60606

Keith Parr

Chicago agriculture attorney at Locke Lord with 38 years experience

(312) 443-0700

115 South LaSalle Street, Suite 2600-3600, Chicago, IL 60603

Richard Palmer

Chicago agriculture attorney at Wildman Harrold Allen and Dixon with 36 years experience

(312) 201-2000

225 West Wacker Drive, Suite 3000, Chicago, IL 60606

Lisa Mueller

Chicago agriculture attorney at Wood Phillips Katz Clark and Mortimer with 27 years experience

(312) 876-1800

500 West Madison Street, Suite 1130, Chicago, IL 60661

Need help with an agricultural law matter?

Agriculture attorneys focus their practice on aspects of farming and agricultural food production. Cities, states and the federal government set the rules that govern agriculture including raising crops, and poultry, dairy and cattle ranching. Agricultural laws are largely focused on quality and safety controls. If you make your living in agriculture an agricultural lawyer is an important partner.

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