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Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Colorado and Washington state, following successful ballot initiatives. As lawmakers hammer out the details and figure out how to tax and regulate marijuana use, some attorneys looking for a niche may not want to pass on the opportunity to grow their marijuana law practice.
Before you leave this blog post huffing and puffing over the seemingly preposterous idea of practicing pot law, keep in mind that marijuana law does not mean simply defending teens caught lighting up a joint.
Instead, with the new state laws, there may be many opportunities for an attorney to develop a thriving, and respectable, practice area. Here are three ideas that could be a big hit for pot lawyers:
New laws present exciting opportunities for attorneys to develop new practice areas, not to mention new reasons to market your legal services. Being a marijuana attorney could be the niche for you.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.