In 1969, Maclean’s interviewed a lawyer, a doctor, a professor and a psychologist who all smoked pot, proving the drug had shown a tremendous upward mobility.
The Workers Compensation Board of P.E.I. is starting to see more requests for coverage for medical marijuana.
Two attorneys at a Texas law firm are teaching marijuana enthusiasts a valuable lesson about driving with pot — through song.
Federal prosecutors have agreed to dismiss a four-year-old forfeiture case in northern California aimed at shutting down the largest medical marijuana dispensary in the United States, attorneys for the clinic said on Tuesday.
Italy may well be on its way to becoming the largest country in Europe to legalize marijuana.
The legalized pot industry is quickly moving into the mainstream of Canada’s business and legal communities.
Top corporate law firm hopes to benefit if legal hurdles to commercial cannabis trade can be overcome but grow-your-own medical users fear being priced out
Many municipal prosecutors and some lawmakers say it's high time to rewrite the law
Colorado lawyers who provide legal services to state-sanctioned medical and recreational marijuana businesses will not run afoul of attorney ethics regulations
Law professors argue that current classifications block medical marijuana research