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Views From the Frontier: Practicing Law in the Cannabis Space

10/4/2018 1:00pm5:15pm
Ryan Lowther

Conference: Bar Association of San Francisco, 301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor

Closing Reception: Farella Braun + Martel, 235 Montgomery St., 17th Floor

Ryan Lowther is the chair of the Bar Association of San Francisco's Cannabis Law Committee. The committee is hosting the BASF Cannabis Conference "Views From the Frontier: Practicing Law in the Cannabis Space."

This half-day event gives practitioners the opportunity to learn about the current legal and regulatory developments affecting the cannabis industry.

Link for details and to register to attend.

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