Candice Yandam Riviere

The Legal Causes of Labor Market Power in the U.S. Agriculture Sector
Candice Yandam Riviere
J.D. Candidate, The University of Chicago Law School; Ph.D. Candidate in economics, Pantheon-Sorbonne University.

Many thanks to Professor Joshua Macey and Professor Eric A. Posner for their guidance and feedback. Thanks to my fellow Law Review editors for their meticulous comments and rigorous edits.

Llacua is one of many shepherds who move to the United States for a few months each year with an H-2A visa to work on a ranch. The H-2A program allows U.S. employers to petition to hire foreign temporary agricultural workers, provided that the employers satisfy specific regulatory requirements.