Harris Bricken attorney Jonathan Bench will participate in the Utah Cannabis Law Section’s upcoming CLE over the lunch hour on December 5th. The CLE will be an in-person event held at the Utah Bar Association Offices. The title of the CLE is “To Be Blunt, Can I Be A Cannabis Lawyer In Utah? – the Legal Ethics of Cannabis Law.” Jonathan will be joined by Hannah Follender (Stoel Rives LLP), Cory Talbot (Holland & Hart LLP), and J.D. Lauritzen (WholesomeCo), on the panel.
The panel will answer questions vital to Utah’s cannabis landscape including:
What is cannabis law?
Can I practice cannabis law in Utah?
What is the legal/illegal status of cannabis in Utah? In the US?
What is the current ethics rule relevant to practice involving cannabis and what does this mean for Utah attorneys?
How are Utah attorneys currently navigating this rule?
What is the new rule change proposal and what will this do?
The panelists will take questions at the end of the event.
Date: Monday, December 5th, 2022
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. MST
Location: Utah Law & Justice Center or Online
Credit: 1 Ethics Live or E-Verified Credit (pending approval)
Cost: $10 for Section Members or $20 for Non-Section Members (includes lunch for all participants)
Please register online no later than December 4, 2022. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We hope to see you there!
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