Adam also served as a consultant to Massachusetts Special Senate Committee on Marijuana and on was on the drafting committee for Question 4 which legalized marijuana in Massachusetts.
Adam is frequently quoted in the Boston Globe and other local publications on the topic of marijuana legislation and policy, and has emerged as a leading voice in the field. cum laude from the American University Law School in 2004.
He served as the co-director of the Amendment 64 campaign and was one of the primary authors of this historic measure, which resulted in Colorado becoming the first state in the nation – and the first geographic area in the world – to make the possession, use, and regulated distribution of marijuana legal for adults.
Vicente also serves as executive director of Sensible Colorado, the state's leading non-profit working for medical marijuana patients and providers.
At Vicente Sederberg, Josh routinely provides advice to patients, caregivers, and businesses about medical marijuana, licensing, regulatory compliance, general business and transactional law, and the intersection of state and federal law.
Christian sat on the executive committee of the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which coordinated the campaign to establish statewide excise and sales taxes on the sale of adult-use marijuana in Colorado. Adam has chaired multiple CLE's relating to marijuana law, and has testified before numerous municipal and regulatory bodies regarding marijuana policy and compliance.
Brian serves on the board of directors for a number of state and national non-profit organizations including the SAFER Voter Education Fund and the Harm Reduction Action Center.
Vicente graduated from the University of Denver Law School on a full merit scholarship where he clerked for outspoken social critic, Senior Federal Judge John L. Christian Sederberg, Esq.,is a partner and founding member of Vicente Sederberg LLC.
Our attorneys have more than three decades of combined experience representing clients in the marijuana industry and working on marijuana policy reform.
They do not just advise clients on the law; they help to shape the laws and regulations themselves.