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What does ALA stand for?

ALA stands for Agricultural Law Association

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Sarah Baugh and Tom Devey join two fellow partners at FBC Manby Bowdler as the only four solicitors working in Shropshire and Staffordshire who are Fellows of the Agricultural Law Association (ALA), the highest specialist qualification which the organisation can grant.
ELIZABETH Allen, an agricultural law specialist with the North East's leading law firm Dickinson Dees, has achieved the Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association (ALA).
Helen Gough, a solicitor with Lodders in Stratford-upon-Avon and a member of the Agricultural Law Association, says the Rural Economy Grant Scheme is an opportunity to make the sort of smallscale investment initiatives, which many have thought about but couldn't afford to implement, actually happen.
com Year established: 1921 Number of employees: 3 Exec Dir: Den Gardner Mtgs: 2006--Agricultural Media Summit, July 23-26, Portland, OR Membership: 350 Dues: $165 AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL LAW ASSOCIATION PO Box 2025, Eugene, OR 97402-2025; 541/302-1958, FAX: 541/302-1958 E-mail: roberta@aglaw-assn.
Alex Robinson, an associate in the agriculture and estates team at Lodders Solicitors, recently achieved Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association, an accolade which confirms her expertise and experience in the sector.
NORTH Wales solicitor Caryl Vaughan has become only the third person in Wales - and the 22nd in Britain - to be awarded the Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association.