The report goes on to say

“The university was devastated by the raid, which Oaksterdam founder Richard Lee dismissed as a “last-ditch effort” by federal authorities to enforce marijuana laws that were out of step with the times. Medical marijuana was approved by California voters in 1996. In the years since the raid, four states and the District of Columbia have legalized pot, making marijuana a legitimate business in parts of America, worth an estimated $3.5 billion a year.”

We ask the open question at Cannabis Law News which law school will be the first to start offering courses in Cannabusiness Law.

We think it is a real opportunity for young lawyers to start their own practices, integrate with technology and offer services and a modus operandi that could actually inform how established practices interact with their corporate clients

Maybe Oaksterdam could be thinking along these lines already.

Just a thought

Read the full Post article at  https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/business-is-booming-at-the-harvard-of-pot-in-california/2015/11/15/e1fd0cb8-78fb-11e5-bc80-9091021aeb69_story.html?wpmm=1&wpisrc=nl_headlines