US Webinars 2021

INCBA’s legal educational program consists of high-quality legal education presented by expert attorneys at the top of their respective fields. Our program content is wide-ranging, relevant, and addresses everything from the foundation of the cannabis movement to the most topical issues affecting clients in all aspects of the cannabis industry. By providing information the cannabis bar needs to become fluent in the issues that affect industry clients, the National Cannabis Bar Association serves that the educational hub for cannabis attorneys across the United States and Worldwide. 

The 2020 Webinar Series will cover a range of topics that support the practice of law for business attorneys serving the cannabis industry, and complement our in-person educational offerings. While our in-person events Webinars will generally take place in the fourth week of the month, unless otherwise noted. 

Access our On-Demand Archives, the INCBArchives, here.

March 11, 2021; 11am PT (Noon Eastern)
Key Issues in Impact Cannabis Litigation

1 Hour of CLE Credit
FREE for Members (Reduced from $30)
$30 for Non-Members (Reduced from $75)
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As the cannabis industry continues to grow, the frequency and scope of litigation and regulatory challenges increases. Join our litigators as we discuss considerations for cannabis litigation from pre-filing to trial, including issues such as forum and challenge bases. Our panelists will also discuss top cannabis cases to watch in 2021.

February 10, 2021; 9am PT (Noon Eastern)
Social Equity Programs in the United States

1 Hour of CLE Credit
FREE for Members (Reduced from $30)
$30 for Non-Members (Reduced from $75)

Join Jessica Gonzalez, Laury Lucien, Dasheeda Dawson, and Jason Ortiz for a discussion of state level cannabis equity initiatives from both established equity programs and newly legalized states. This CLE will examine equity policy considerations on both the statutory level and the regulatory level, and will inform attorneys and non-attorneys alike what to look for when reading, drafting or recommending policy language, how to engage policy makers and shed light on equity successes, failures and pitfalls to avoid.