Cannabis Law Institute (DC) September 7 & 8 2018

Cannabis Law Institute (DC) September 7 & 8 2018

Cannabis Law Institute (DC) September 7 & 8 2018

Join your colleagues at the Cannabis Law Institute, the seminal two-day cannabis industry legal education event produced by the National Cannabis Bar Association in partnership with The George Washington University Law School on September 7-8, 2018 in Washington D.C.

This event will convene the best minds and visionaries working in the legal cannabis industry for two days of legal education and will include  intimate evening networking events. The conference will feature many of the nation’s leading attorneys, academics, and politicians.

The conference offers multiple tracks for practitioners, academics, and policy advocates. Courses range from introductory to advanced, and this year, NCBA is excited to announce a partnership with Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA), which will host a single-day policy track alongside the Cannabis Law Institute.

The MCBA track will address minority involvement in the cannabis industry as it develops. It is important for all involved in the cannabis industry to recognize that, we, as an industry, must not only ensure that past wrongs and incarceration for now-legal activities are remedied, but also that there is a place in this vibrant new economy for those that have been historically hard-hit by the drug war.
MCBA Tickets will grant access to keynotes and to the Friday afternoon MCBA policy track, but will not grant access to NCBA Tracks or CLE Credit.   

Location of the Conference

Our opening sessions will be held at the Jack Morton Auditorium, a beautiful venue located in the Media and Public Affairs Building, at 805 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052. A box lunch will be provided at the conclusion of our morning sessions, and we encourage our attendees to stroll over to the Law School, pick a spot outside for lunch, and prepare yourselves for the excited afternoon sessions.

Beginning Friday afternoon, we will begin our break-out sessions at The George Washington University Law School, which is located just across H street at 2000 H Street NW, Washington D.C., 20052.


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