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Cannabis Law Society
Duncan School of Law’s Cannabis Law Society, also known as "CLS," is a student chapter of the International Cannabis Bar Association (INCBA). We are a group of students dedicated to the study and practice of current issues within the field of Cannabis law. Through education, discussion, and experiences we aim to fight Cannabis stigma. The association seeks to encourage and facilitate members of the DSOL community who have an interest in the growing area of Cannabis law to pursue positions where they are actively working with professional attorney mentors in the field. Additionally CLS consists of a diverse student body within our school that is passionate, not only about Cannabis history and Cannabis law, but creating fun and interesting events for all. With a Hemp facility tour, trivia outings, and partnering with other like-minded student organizations, CLS is regularly involved with the LMU-DSOL community. Member involvement is minimal seeing as the goal of the group is to spread awareness and education. Whether you are passionate about Cannabis Law or simply curious, please do not hesitate to reach out!
Elections for all executive board positions (besides President) will be held in the Fall. Any are welcome to run for the following positions: Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer.
Hailey Motter | President
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