National Interdisciplinary Cannabis Symposium

Limited In-Person Registration (open PDF for more information)

425

Virtual (open to anyone)

299

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Course Location

California Western School of Law & Online

San Diego, CA

Course Fees

Limited In-Person Registration (open PDF for more information)

$425

Virtual (open to anyone)

$299

California Western School of Law & Online - San Diego, CA

May 20, 2022 to May 22, 2022

As cannabis legalization and regulations evolve, the United States is at a tipping point.

There are now several pending Congressional Bills related to cannabis including decriminalization and rescheduling of the drug. Thirty-six states have some form of medical marijuana, 18 States, D.C. Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and Tribal nations have recreational marijuana laws with many other states exploring recreational marijuana for 2022. These continued changes in laws are impacting our courts and society. It is also creating a dynamic and sometimes confusing landscape for various disciplines including Law Enforcement, Judges, Drug Court Professionals, the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry, Academia, and Employers Human Resource Associations & Organizations.

As a result of this confusing landscape, the American Judges Association (AJA) partnered with California Western School of Law (CWSL), Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), Colorado Department of Transportation Highway Safety Office (HSO), the National Judicial College (NJC), New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and are bringing forward a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary approach to cannabis issues facing all of these disciplines.


Go here to register to attend in-person: https://online.amjudges.org/ajassa/f?p=EVTSSA:4010::::4010:P0_EVENT_ID:3635
Go here or the blue "Register" button to attend virtually: https://events.zoom.us/ev/ANOJ66qnEyVC__njIfayAEofqHnDKLIZN4ElCElf4olkU6znxP1AfRkKlaePc76AR9i5e2s
Go here to view and download the PDF flier with full agenda: https://www.judges.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/final-cannabis-flier-2022.pdf

Tuition

Limited In-Person Registration (open PDF for more information) $425

Virtual (open to anyone) $299

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Elucidate and identify the current issues related to the legalization of cannabis and its impact on law enforcement, academia, judges, drug court professional, the drug and alcohol testing industry, and human resources
  • Educate all disciplines, analyze the interrelationships of all disciplines, and to ultimately develop best practices
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The Symposium features the leading authorities in the areas of Judges,
Recovery Courts Professionals, Academia, Human Resource Professionals,
Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Professionals, and Law Enforcement Leaders,
who will share their insight on how cannabis laws and regulations are affecting
their disciplines. Symposium submissions by presenters at NICS and other
legal scholars are planned for publication in an edition of the California
Western Law Review dedicated to the Symposium.

The National Judicial College is a partner organization to this event and not handling registrations. For questions regarding registration and CLE, please contact:

Jessica J. Perez-Jackson
jperezjackson@guamcourts.gov
671-475-3300

CLE | CEU | CME ACCREDITATION: Certificates available for state submission and approval.

Register Now.

There are now several pending Congressional Bills related to cannabis including decriminalization and rescheduling of the drug. Thirty-six states have some form of medical marijuana, 18 States, D.C. Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and Tribal nations have recreational marijuana laws with many other states exploring recreational marijuana for 2022. These continued changes in laws are impacting our courts and society. It is also creating a dynamic and sometimes confusing landscape for various disciplines including Law Enforcement, Judges, Drug Court Professionals, the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry, Academia, and Employers Human Resource Associations & Organizations.

As a result of this confusing landscape, the American Judges Association (AJA) partnered with California Western School of Law (CWSL), Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), Colorado Department of Transportation Highway Safety Office (HSO), the National Judicial College (NJC), New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and are bringing forward a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary approach to cannabis issues facing all of these disciplines.


Go here to register to attend in-person: https://online.amjudges.org/ajassa/f?p=EVTSSA:4010::::4010:P0_EVENT_ID:3635
Go here or the blue "Register" button to attend virtually: https://events.zoom.us/ev/ANOJ66qnEyVC__njIfayAEofqHnDKLIZN4ElCElf4olkU6znxP1AfRkKlaePc76AR9i5e2s
Go here to view and download the PDF flier with full agenda: https://www.judges.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/final-cannabis-flier-2022.pdf

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