Usaf Academy, Colorado Cannabis & Marijuana Lawyers
Sheila attended the University of Texas, where she served as an advisor in the Student Government Association and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Sheila then attended law school at the University of Houston where she was a member of Phi Delta Phi, an international legal honor society and the oldest legal organization in continuous existence in the United States. While in law school, Sheila was introduced to criminal law as an intern in...
Sarah then went on to law school at the Boston University School of Law on a full academic merit scholarship. There, Sarah was the Managing Editor of the Boston University Law Review. While in law school, Sarah studied under the tutelage of famed race & criminal law professor Tracey Maclin, who opened Sarah’s eyes to the truly broken state of the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights in our...
Businesses in the cannabis industry deserve access to sound legal counsel just like any other industry. That's where I come in.
After nearly 10 years advocating for marijuana reform, I watched history being made in 2012 as Colorado passed the landmark Amendment 64 to legalize adult-use marijuana. ...
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