SSDP is excited to announce the newest chapter to join our network! Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Law Students for Sensible Drug Policy at the University of Michigan is already off to a great start. After attending SSDP’s 2013 Marijuana Lobby Day in Washington, DC, Reid Murdoch went home to Ann Arbor and started a chapter at the beginning of
This month, SSDP gained another chapter at the University of California (UC) Irvine School of Law! UC – Irvine School of Law will join our other law school chapters to address the harms and failures of the drug war from a legal and academic perspective. Being a law student gives you a unique perspective to address the drug war and
The University of Denver College of Law is SSDP’s newest official chapter and our newest law school chapter! I spoke with chapter President Daniel Garcia about how he got involved in SSDP, his plans for the chapter, and what the future holds for their chapter and for SSDP. How did you hear about SSDP? Stuart Rubenstein, our Deputy Chair, and I had
Our newest chapter at the University of Maryland School of Law has just been approved and it is my honor to welcome them to the family! As one of our graduate school chapters, UMD Law joins the ranks of Georgetown University Law, George Washington University Law, University of DC School of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, University of California Hastings and Lewis and Clark Law School.
The Mid-Atlantic region has a new chapter! We’re proud to announce that the George Washington University Law School chapter is now official! I spoke with rockstar chapter leader Kellen Russoniello to find out what the journey has been like so far and what’s in store for the chapter moving forward. When did you get involved in SSDP and why?
We’re excited to announce the two newest additions to our chapter network this week. Welcome to the team, GWU Law and Wheaton SSDP! The George Washington University Law School – Washington, DC (Mid-Altantic Region) Kellen Ruscinello is currently pursuing his JD/MPH degrees as a 2nd year student at GWU Law. Since 2010, he has served as President of the GW Student Association for Drug Law Reform, which was re-chartered