Harrison Jordan is a Toronto-based cannabis and NFT lawyer who focuses on Canadian legal matters related to the regulated industries of cannabis, psychedelics, liquor, tobacco and gaming. See https://harrisonjordanlaw.com/ for more information.
Harrison graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School and completed his articles with Paul Lewin and then opened his law practice in 2018. Harrison also practices law related to NFTs (non-fungible tokens), and you can find him online as The NFT Lawyer: https://thenftlawyer.ca/
We talk about Harrison's beginnings as a cannabis lawyer, gaps in the retail cannabis legislation in Ontario, his activism, the medical/adult-use divide and the shortcomings of legalization.
I hope you enjoy our conversation.
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If you're looking for a good text book on Canadian cannabis law, read Canada's Cannabis Act.
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Thanks to Jeremy Benning, our co-producer and sound editor.
And thanks to Albert Wong, who created and performed the music.
For more insightful conversations related to cannabis law, listen to our other episodes at https://podcast.cannabislawonearth.com/
If you're looking for a good text book on Canada's federal cannabis law and regulations with helpful related case law, read Canada's Cannabis Act.
And if you need a cannabis lawyer, ask Russell for more information at https://cannabislaw.ca