PEGGY KIRK HALL is an Assistant Professor and Field Specialist in Agricultural and Resource Law at The Ohio State University. She directs OSU Extension’s Agricultural & Resource Law Program and conducts research and outreach on legal issues affecting agriculture, rural land use and resource development. Hall also partners with the national Agricultural & Food Law Consortium, a multi-institutional agricultural law research initiative directed by the National Agricultural Law Center, and teaches the undergraduate Agribusiness Law course in the College of Food, Agricultural & Environmental Sciences.
Hall is a faculty Senator in OSU’s University Senate, has served as President of the American Agricultural Law Association, Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Agricultural Law Committee and on the Advisory Board for the National Agricultural Law Center. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree she continued with a Master of Science degree in Resource Policy, both from The Ohio State University. Her Juris Doctorate degree is from the University of Wyoming College of Law, where she focused on agricultural and natural resource law, was President of the Natural Resources Law Forum and was the Case Notes Editor for the Land and Water Law Review.
Hall and her family own and operate a grain farm in Union County, Ohio.