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Galvanizing Changes in Law and Policy to Open Access to Psychedelic Medicine

15jun11:00 am12:00 pmGalvanizing Changes in Law and Policy to Open Access to Psychedelic Medicine

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(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my time

Event Details

This virtual event is part of Duke’s Psychedelics as Medicine course and is only available to those with Duke Zoom accounts.

Kathryn L. Tucker is Special Counsel at Emerge Law Group, where she Co-Chairs the Psychedelic Practice Group. Tucker is a founding member of the Psychedelic Bar Association and Co-Chairs its Litigation and Advocacy Committee, as well as serving as liaison to the American Bar Association. She is a Founding Member of the Initiative on Psychedelics and Healing of the Global Wellness Institute. Tucker is lead counsel in the effort to compel DEA to open access to psilocybin therapy for those with life-threatening illnesses, pursuant to Right to Try laws. She is also involved in efforts to enact state statutes legalizing and regulating access to psychedelic substances.

Please email ckuhn@duke.edu as an RSVP

 

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