About Dr. Dowell:
Tiffany’s focus is on providing legal information to Texans involved in the agricultural industry. Her primary focus includes water law, property rights, oil and gas leasing, right-to-farm legislation, and litigation between producers and animal rights groups.
Water Rights, Right-to-Farm Statues, Property Rights, and Anti-Gag Legislation
Jesse J. Richardson, Jr. and Tiffany Dowell, The Implication of Bounds v. State of New Mexico, 148 J. of Contemporary Water Research and Educ. 17 (August 2012). Tiffany Dowell, Understanding and Interpreting Right to Farm Laws, 26 A.B.A. Natural Res. & Env’t 39 (Agriculture Issue, Summer 2010). Tiffany Dowell, Note, Daddy Won’t Sell The Farm: Drafting Right to Farm Statutes to Protect Small Family Producers, 18 San Joaquin Agric. L. Rev. 127 (2009).
Panelist, Domestic Well Exemptions, Universities Council on Water Resources Annual conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico (July 18, 2012). Panelist, An Update on the Bounds Case, New Cases in Texas and Why These Are Important to the Future of Water Well Industry, Water Systems Council Fall Members’ Meeting, Austin, Texas (Nov. 10, 2011). Moderator, Finding Time, Money and Knowledge for Your Clients, American Agricultural Law Association Conference, Austin, Texas (Oct. 21, 2011).
J.D. summa cum laude, University of New Mexico School of Law
BS (Agribusiness Farm and Management), Oklahoma State University