Jump to content

Mike Cox To Deliver Keynote Address At Wayne State Marijuana Symposium


Recommended Posts

Wayne State to host marijuana symposium

BY KIM KOZLOWSKI THE DETROIT NEWS 0 COMMENTS

Detroit— In the wake of attempts to make marijuana legal in Michigan, Wayne State University this month will host a symposium on the implications of national and state marijuana reform.Former Attorney General Mike Cox will give the keynote address at the event, to be held Jan. 27 in WSU Law School's Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium. It is free, and open to the public.

 

The day-long symposium is sponsored by The Wayne Law Review and will feature various speakers, including the former advisor to the National Office of Drug Control Policy and analysts from the Marijuana Policy Project, which advocates for policy changes in reforming marijuana laws.

 

It comes as advocates are launching an effort this month to collect enough signatures to ask voters in November to make marijuana legal in Michigan

 

"We are very excited to bring together prominent experts from around the country, as well as local attorneys practicing in Metro Detroit, to speak on such a timely topic," said Jessica Bajkowski, Wayne Law Review symposium editor.

 

To register for the event, visit http://events.wayne.edu/2012/01/27/wayne-law-review-symposium-37390 or call 313-577-8032.

 

kkozlowski@detnews.com

 

 

http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20120105/METRO/201050464/1361/Wayne-State-to-host-marijuana-symposium

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 

Mike Cox to deliver keynote address at Wayne State marijuana symposium

 

http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2012/01/mike_cox_to_deliver_keynote_ad.html

 

Former Michigan Attorney General is the keynote speaker at a medical marijuana policy symposium hosted by the Wayne Law Review at Wayne State University.

 

Cox, now working out of the Dykema Gossett law firm, is one of several guests at the free symposium later this month.

 

Wayne Law Review: This symposium addresses some of the major social, economic, health and legal issues presented by current marijuana laws and proposed marijuana policies. The discussions will explore the dichotomy between federal and state marijuana legalization, the policy behind the respective laws, as well as address the unpredictability of their enforcement. Also considered will be the legalization of marijuana for medicinal use, local regulation and enforcement, physician compliance and patient rights.

During Cox's tenure as attorney general, the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act was passed by a voter referendum.

 

There will be two panel discussions and a lunchtime talk featuring the following speakers: Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler, Wayne State University Law School; Saby Ghoshray, founder of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies; Kevin Sabet, fellow at University of Pennsylvania and former advisor to National Office of Drug Control Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske; Dan Riffle, legislative analyst, Marijuana Policy Project; Jesse C. Vivian, professor of pharmacy, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Karen O'Keefe, director of state policies, Marijuana Policy Project; Professor Noah Hall, Wayne State University Law School; Matthew Abel, Cannabis Counsel; William Vertes, attorney, Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti and Sherbrook; Kevin Sabet; and Neil Rockind, Rockind PC.

 

"We are very excited to bring together prominent experts from around the country, as well as local attorneys practicing in Metro Detroit, to speak on such a timely topic," Jessica Bajkowski, Wayne Law Review symposium editor, said in a news release.

 

The symposium will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on January 27 in Wayne State University Law School's Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

<B>Mike Cox to deliver keynote address at Wayne State marijuana symposium

 

http://www.mlive.com...keynote_ad.html

 

Former Michigan Attorney General is the keynote speaker at a medical marijuana policy symposium hosted by the Wayne Law Review at Wayne State University.

 

Cox, now working out of the Dykema Gossett law firm, is one of several guests at the free symposium later this month.

 

Wayne Law Review: This symposium addresses some of the major social, economic, health and legal issues presented by current marijuana laws and proposed marijuana policies. The discussions will explore the dichotomy between federal and state marijuana legalization, the policy behind the respective laws, as well as address the unpredictability of their enforcement. Also considered will be the legalization of marijuana for medicinal use, local regulation and enforcement, physician compliance and patient rights.

During Cox's tenure as attorney general, the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act was passed by a voter referendum.

 

There will be two panel discussions and a lunchtime talk featuring the following speakers: Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler, Wayne State University Law School; Saby Ghoshray, founder of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies; Kevin Sabet, fellow at University of Pennsylvania and former advisor to National Office of Drug Control Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske; Dan Riffle, legislative analyst, Marijuana Policy Project; Jesse C. Vivian, professor of pharmacy, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Karen O'Keefe, director of state policies, Marijuana Policy Project; Professor Noah Hall, Wayne State University Law School; Matthew Abel, Cannabis Counsel; William Vertes, attorney, Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti and Sherbrook; Kevin Sabet; and Neil Rockind, Rockind PC.

 

"We are very excited to bring together prominent experts from around the country, as well as local attorneys practicing in Metro Detroit, to speak on such a timely topic," Jessica Bajkowski, Wayne Law Review symposium editor, said in a news release.

 

The symposium will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on January 27 in Wayne State University Law School's Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.

 

</B>

 

 

i think these people know that theirs money to be maid off the sick people

i was at the last one and the lady that runs the program when ask were do people get their meds she said to ask their collage kids were to fine it for them

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Mr. Redden did you see the planet green tree's show tonight ? Maybe you can call in if I understood things right a State Rep will be on hand who wants to limit recommendations to ones regular Doctors even though many work for hospitals that prevent them writting for MM outright or let them know their carreers or affiliation may be terminated .

 

Your living proof things are out of control on the enforcement side . I forget with a active case maybe you should be careful speaking about your specific situation .

Edited by Croppled1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Mike Cox to deliver keynote address at Wayne State marijuana symposium

 

http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2012/01/mike_cox_to_deliver_keynote_ad.html

 

Former Michigan Attorney General is the keynote speaker at a medical marijuana policy symposium hosted by the Wayne Law Review at Wayne State University.

 

Cox, now working out of the Dykema Gossett law firm, is one of several guests at the free symposium later this month.

 

Wayne Law Review: This symposium addresses some of the major social, economic, health and legal issues presented by current marijuana laws and proposed marijuana policies. The discussions will explore the dichotomy between federal and state marijuana legalization, the policy behind the respective laws, as well as address the unpredictability of their enforcement. Also considered will be the legalization of marijuana for medicinal use, local regulation and enforcement, physician compliance and patient rights.

During Cox's tenure as attorney general, the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act was passed by a voter referendum.

 

There will be two panel discussions and a lunchtime talk featuring the following speakers: Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler, Wayne State University Law School; Saby Ghoshray, founder of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies; Kevin Sabet, fellow at University of Pennsylvania and former advisor to National Office of Drug Control Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske; Dan Riffle, legislative analyst, Marijuana Policy Project; Jesse C. Vivian, professor of pharmacy, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Karen O'Keefe, director of state policies, Marijuana Policy Project; Professor Noah Hall, Wayne State University Law School; Matthew Abel, Cannabis Counsel; William Vertes, attorney, Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti and Sherbrook; Kevin Sabet; and Neil Rockind, Rockind PC.

 

"We are very excited to bring together prominent experts from around the country, as well as local attorneys practicing in Metro Detroit, to speak on such a timely topic," Jessica Bajkowski, Wayne Law Review symposium editor, said in a news release.

 

The symposium will be held from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on January 27 in Wayne State University Law School's Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.

 

Thank you for the post..good, bad and the ugly in a positive forum. CJD

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Mr. Redden did you see the planet green tree's show tonight ? Maybe you can call in if I understood things right a State Rep will be on hand who wants to limit recommendations to ones regular Doctors even though many work for hospitals that prevent them writting for MM outright or let them know their carreers or affiliation may be terminated .

 

Your living proof things are out of control on the enforcement side . I forget with a active case maybe you should be careful speaking about your specific situation .

 

 

Thanks

those lines have been crossed lone ago we are not inn court because of the Doc thing because then we would have been able to use the MMMA we are their because we didn't have enough locks

they used a battering ram on the front door and the plants were in the bedroom with a lock on that door also it's still not locked up ???

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share



×
×
  • Create New...