- Semester: Fall 2023
- Course ID: 296W
- Credit Hours: 2
- Grading Method: Pass/Fail Allowed (JD only)
- Will use floating mean GPA if applicable
- Upperclass-only elective
|TUE||5:55 - 7:45 pm|
Taught by Scott Seder.
This course will discuss the central legal issues in the creation and growth of the state-authorized THC-cannabis and Hemp-cannabis industries in the US. This course will explore the patchwork of licensing regimes and regulatory requirements for THC-cannabis and Hemp-cannabis businesses. This course will also explore the tension that exists between federal and state laws and how this tension creates unique challenges in farming, manufacturing, distribution, advertising, banking, insurance, and employment-related matters among other issues of commerce. This course will also discuss the future of cannabis regulation from a federal, state, and local perspective. Students will be expected to participate in discussion each week and in periodic group projects taking place during class. This course has no specific prerequisites. No technical background is required.