CANNABIS LAW DESKBOOK
VIRTUAL LAUNCH PARTY
To celebrate the release of Cannabis Law Deskbook, AGA and Thomson Reuters are proud to host a Virtual Launch Party on:
Tuesday, November 23
2pm – 3:30pm EST
The theme of the Launch Party is bipartisan conversation and the need for clarity in a complex area of law and policy.
Part I of the Launch Party will feature a bipartisan roundtable of State Attorneys General to discuss the need for clarity and collaboration within this field of law.
Part II of the Launch Party will feature a moderated conversation with contributing authors and public sector subject matter experts to discuss the creation of Cannabis Law Deskbook and its value add to the bar.
For a sneak peak of CLD, check out Chapter 1, “Cannabis Law: Moving Fast and Slow”, by managing editors Austin Bernstein and Bruce Turcott.
Please direct launch party inquiries to Austin Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Cannabis Law Deskbook
Cannabis Law Deskbook is a first-of-its kind publication intended to help a variety of stakeholders navigate the myriad of federal, state, and local laws governing the US and Canadian cannabis and hemp markets.
This work is a broad, in-depth accounting of the complexities found in the ever-evolving field of cannabis law, authored by public sector attorneys and staff who are on the front lines in states implementing groundbreaking cannabis adult-use and medical programs.
A special thanks to Attorneys General Phil Weiser (CO) and Wayne Stenehjem (ND), who co-authored the Foreword.
If a lawyer, policy maker, law enforcement official, or market participant needs to understand the complexities presented by cannabis legalization, Cannabis Law Deskbook meets that need.
The Cannabis Law Deskbook will be updated annually or as needed due to changes in the law; it will be updated online and in e-book form on a more frequent basis to track key legal developments.
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About the AGA Cannabis Project
The AGA Cannabis Project seeks to provide interested parties an opportunity to dialogue on how cannabis legalization might preserve public health and safety, protect consumers and ensure the rule of law, while also respecting the role of states to innovate and experiment as laboratories of democracy. If you are interested in participating with the Cannabis Project, please contact:
| Austin P. Bernstein – Director – ABERNSTEIN@AGALLIANCE.ORG |