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Hannah Stitt

Ad Astra Law Group


Hannah Stitt is an attorney with the San Francisco-based law firm of Ad Astra Law Group, LLP where she represents individuals and companies in civil litigation. Ms. Stitt’s practice areas include business law (including, cryptocurrency and decentralized ledger technology law, intellectual property law and branding), real estate law and employment law. She has provided advocacy services to cannabis industry clients since before the medical market became legal in California, and over the years as the industry grew, her legal practice has transitioned from transactional and compliance work into complex commercial litigation.

Ms. Stitt sits on the Ethics Committee for the International Cannabis Bar Association, and the Barrister’s Cannabis, Alcohol and Regulated Industries section committee for the Bar Association of San Francisco. She is also a Lead Attorney and Mentor for the Prisoner Advocacy Network where she works with California prisoners to improve their living conditions and uphold their civil rights. Her committee work and pro bono work directly inform her legal practice litigating for clients in highly regulated industries such as cannabis and cryptocurrency.

Ms. Stitt attended U.C. Davis for her undergraduate education, earning degrees in both Religious Studies and Film Studies. She graduated from U.C. Hastings College of the Law in 2015 with a concentration in intellectual property law. She is currently licensed to practice law in the State of California.

Please contact her at hstitt@astralegal.com or (415) 795-3579.

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Ethics


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Ethics |  Regulatory Rounds
Faculty:
Jessica McElfresh |  Sophia Cope |  Hannah Stitt |  Heather Segal
Duration:
60 minutes
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Audio and Video
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Short Description:
This panel will cover not only the law and current developments, but also offer practical advice for traveling, consuming, and securing privilege while practicing cannabis law.
Price:
$90.00

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The Ethical Implications of Substance Use and Abuse


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Category:
Specialty Credits |  Ethics |  Substance Abuse |  Mindfullness
Faculty:
Hannah Stitt |  Patrick Nightingale |  Bob Nichols |  Andrew Kingsdale
Duration:
1 Hour 10 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
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Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.
Short Description:
Panelists will discuss how cannabis use and substance abuse issues can interfere with an attorney’s competence obligations, and mandatory reporting requirements.
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$90.00

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