Cannabis Law Deskbook: A Bipartisan Conversation on the Complexities of Cannabis Law and Policy
A two-part podcast will feature state attorneys general as well as contributing authors to Cannabis Law Deskbook discussing the complexities of cannabis law and policy on Nov. 23. Recently published by Thomson Reuters in partnership with the Attorney General Alliance (AGA), Cannabis Law Deskbook provides a roadmap for navigating the patchwork of federal, state, and local laws governing the U.S. and Canadian cannabis and hemp markets.
AGA Executive Director Karen White and Sharon Sayles Belton, vice president of Partnerships and Alliances, Thomson Reuters, will kick off the podcast, which will be moderated by Cannabis Law Deskbook co-managing editor Austin Bernstein. The first half will feature a bipartisan discussion with two state attorneys general – Mark Brnovich (Arizona) and Thomas “T.J.” Donovan (Vermont) – sharing best practices on implementing cannabis laws. They’ll discuss the need for clarity and collaboration within this field of law.
The second half of the podcast will be a conversation with contributing authors and public sector subject matter experts. Panelists will discuss the creation of Cannabis Law Deskbook and how it adds value to the bar.
Register for the podcast, which will be on Nov. 23 from 2-3:30 p.m. EST.
Learn more and purchase Cannabis Law Deskbook here.