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Cannabis Legal Solutions offers the kind of experience and knowledge of the medicinal cannabis marketplace that gets the attention of the Media, Medical Professionals, and our peers in the legal community.
Patrick teaching his peers at the 2017 Westmoreland County Bench Bar Conference.
Patrick K. Nightingale has been a respected spokesperson for medicinal cannabis and marijuana law reform for nearly a decade. He was a leading advocate for the passage of Act 16, and the rights of patients and their doctors to determine what treatments might be medically beneficial.
Patrick Nightingale testifying at the Pennsylvania State House Act 16 Hearings.
His advocacy and knowledge have placed him in the proverbial “eye of the storm” from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia when it comes to media coverage of cannabis-related and criminal defense issues.
Mr. Nightingale is a frequent guest on radio stations like KDKA News Radio 1020 AM (Pittsburgh) and his knowledge of medicinal cannabis law is recognized by a wide variety of news outlets throughout Pennsylvania.
And even more impressive, Mr. Nightingale is considered a valuable lecturer by his peers when it comes to medicinal cannabis law in Pennsylvania. Mr. Nightingale has taught several CLE (Continuing Legal Education) seminars and has made presentations to regional organizations including the Allegheny County Bar Association and the 2017 Westmoreland County Bar Association Bench Bar Conference.
Andrew M. Gross is no stranger to the media spotlight either. He has litigated several high-profile media cases, which include appearances on nationally televised news programs as well as local media.
Please take a moment to view our media coverage archive.
April 18, 2018: Listen to Patrick as he discusses Marijuana on KDKA Newstalk
January 31, 2018: CBS News 21 Harrisburg. Cannabis Legal Solutions partner Patrick K. Nightingale sat down with Sara Small from CBS Channel 21 from Harrisburg to discuss firearm rights for registered patients.
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