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“Better Call Saul”? More like better call Hilary Bricken. Except instead of meth, it’s weed.
Bricken is a Los Angeles-based attorney who specializes in cannabis law, a self-described opportunist and an expert when it comes to the dynamic cannabis industry. She is a partnered attorney at the Harris Bricken law firm, which created Canna Law Blog, awebsite that provides analysis of cannabis laws.
Bricken said she took on cannabis law because the older, more conservative attorneys she worked under were less interested in working in the controversial industry. Cannabis law has since become an essential aspect of her firm’s portfolio. Bricken said Canna Law Blog is a collection of articles written by attorneys which the firm hopes will be an objective source of information for business owners and consumers in the cannabis industry.
From my experiences interning at a few law firms, I tend to see attorneys as enterprising, argumentative and precise. Now, I’m not saying Bricken is argumentative – she is actually quite hospitable – but I wouldn’t want to get into an argument with her. [Read More @ Daily Bruin]
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