2 academic credits
Sheri Beck, Privacy Officer, Prime Therapeutics
Barbara Colombo, Assistant Teaching Professor; Director, Health Care Compliance Program, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Medical Marijuana Federalism: Federal Laws, State Law, and Patient Rights
2 academic credits
Jamie Olson, Co-Teacher, Counsel & Compliance Officer, LeafLine Labs
Thaddeus Pope, Co-Teacher, Professor of Law; Director, Health Law Institute, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
- Students must complete all coursework.
- Degree-seeking students must submit a written paper or complete an examination as specified in each course syllabus.
- Students may take one or more courses. No course requires a prerequisite.
Syllabi for all courses are made available the first week of May.
Law/Graduate Students: Degree-seeking students currently enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school should complete Part A of the application form and return it with a letter from their school’s registrar reflecting their status as a student in good standing with permission to take the Mitchell Hamline course(s) as a visiting student. NOTE: Mitchell Hamline Law students do not need a letter of good standing from the registrar.
Attorneys: Attorneys may apply by completing Part B of the application form, which grants them special student status.
Others: Other professionals may apply by completing Part C of the application form. To be considered, applicants must furnish an official transcript of undergraduate or graduate course work.
Degree or certificate-seeking students: TBD
Nonrefundable application deposit: $150 per course
The deposit will be deducted from the total tuition amount and only returned if you are not accepted into the course or the course is canceled. The balance of the tuition is due one week prior to the first class session for each course after which no refund will be made.Apply Now (PDF)
Applications are accepted on a first-come/first-registered basis. Students will receive confirmation of enrollment via email. We reserve the right to cancel any course that does not meet minimum enrollment requirements.