The Law of Psychedelics Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Description:
Drug policy in this country is rapidly evolving. As attitudes towards drug policy shift, laws prohibiting the use of psychedelics are being reexamined. Several state and local governments have decriminalized the use of psychedelics. As laws liberalize, industry is taking advantage of these shifting attitudes to apply for intellectual property protection for uses of psychedelics. However, the use of psychedelics implicates individual and religious freedoms in ways that have not previously been in conflict with intellectual property rights. Our panelists will discuss these emerging issues and explore the ways that psychedelics create new intersections in the law, not previously considered.
This 90-minute CLE will be offered in the HYBRID formatted panelized discussion. This means this event is an in-person event with virtual viewing/participating capabilities.
To Register, use link: IPCLE
To Register for the Fall Reception immediately following, use link: MHSL IP Institute’s Fall Reception Registration Form
Deanna Burns, Associate Director of IP Institute, Mitchell Hamline School of Law Deanna.Burns@MitchellHamline.edu (email) or 651-290-6309 (Office).
**1 Continuing Legal Education credit applied for)**