Thursday, November 21, 2013 | 5:30 pm
Nesholm Family Lecture Hall | McCaw Hall
321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA
Join CWU, alumni, and friends throughout the year for a series of discussions that fuses a collection of prominent social and artistic voices.
Our first presentation showcases a panel of legal professionals to discuss Washington I-502, its development, challenges, and impact at the state and national level.
Craig Sims, Chief of the Criminal Division for the Seattle City Attorney’s Office
Featured Guest Speakers:
Peter Holmes, Seattle City Attorney
Mark Cooke, Policy Advocate for the ACLU
Peter Talevich, Associate Attorney K&L Gates
Nicole Gaines, Administrative Law Judge of Seattle OAH Office
Discussion will include the development and historic precedent surrounding the passing of I-502, and examining the challenging legal, regulatory, and business issues arising from the creation of Washington’s new commercial cannabis industry.
For any questions or to RSVP, please e-mail email@example.com or call 509-963-2752.
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