Kirk Tousaw and John Conroy will discuss the changing legal landscape for medical cannabis at a Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C. seminar at the Pan Pacific Hotel on May 29.
Tousaw said the seminar will address more than just the implications of the Smith and Allard cases. “We cover the gamut from civil law to criminal law to zoning law,” he stated. “Suddenly, that’s become a hot topic.”
Conroy said he plans to discuss how laws around marijuana intersect with employment, urinalysis, and driving.
The event is recommended for criminal lawyers, prosecutors, civil litigators, and business lawyers, but anyone is welcome to attend.
Registration fee: $610 for adults, $335 for students, and $535 for live webinar. Sign up here.
(Source: The Georgia Straight, May 6th, 2015)