Recent changes to marijuana law. Seminar from experienced attorneys.
- Recreational and Medical Marijuana
- Prop 64
- State and Federal Law
Email your paperwork in advance to email@example.com to find out if you are eligible for Prop 64 reduction or a dismissal.
Personal marijuana consultations.
Cheese and wine will be served.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office (323) 653-9700.
Allison Margolin is a criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles, and freelance writer. She was Adjunct Professor of Law at West Los Angeles Law School in 2008. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School, and earned her B.A. at Columbia University with a degree in Political Science and a Certificate in Writing. Allison was profiled on the front page of both the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Daily Journal in 2006 and one of her federal cases was given two front page stories in 2013. Throughout the last few years, she has been quoted in magazines ranging from the Los Angeles Times West to the New Yorker to US Weekly. In addition, she has has written for the LA Times online, LA Daily Journal, Los Angeles Daily News on such issues as Paris Hilton's DUI to the war on drugs. She considers herself "Green Throat," as Allison provides source material for newspapers and tv outlets throughout the country on social justice and marijuana issues. She has been on every major network throughout the state relating to high profile cases she has handled including a recent appearance on channels 2 and 9 for a homicide case she is handling currently.
Allison has also garnered much praise on the internet and has received accolades for her unique marketing. In 2004, Allison worked as a legal consultant on a reality jury show, "Second Verdict."
Raza graduated from Harvard Law School in 2003, where he served as an executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. From November 2004 to July 2009, Raza worked as an associate in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP, where he practiced general litigation, with extensive experience representing individuals, corporations and law firms in cases involving allegations of legal malpractice, employment discrimination, wage-and-hour infractions, products liability, securities fraud, stock options backdating, and First Amendment violations.
Raza received his undergraduate degree with majors in philosophy and physics from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and received the Steven Schwarzschild Prize in Philosophy. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Raza completed a clerkship with the Honorable Morris Sheppard Arnold of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Raza has a longstanding interest in protecting civil liberties and individual rights, and has previously worked for the American Civil Liberties Union, the Cato Institute, and the Center for Individual Rights. He grew up in Madison, Wisconsin.