Jennifer Cabrera Slated to Discuss New Jersey Cannabis in National Hispanic Cannabis Council Webinar

Mar 6, 2023

Spotlight: The Current State of Cannabis in New Jersey

On Tuesday, March 7, 2023 at 6 p.m. ET, Vicente partner Jennifer Cabrera will join the National Hispanic Cannabis Council for a webinar addressing the current state of cannabis in New Jersey. This session will dive into current issues related to New Jersey’s cannabis regulations and licensing.

You’ll learn about:

  • What is going on with municipal control?
  • Current challenges for retailers looking for property
  • The different levels of municipal approval varying by municipality
  • How/Where do cannabis business employees get certified budtender training?
  • New guidance for delivery for conditional retailers
  • Restrictions on municipal involvement
  • Updated rules for cannabis consumption areas


  • Jennifer M. Cabrera, Partner at Vicente LLP
  • Maria Del Cid-Kosso, Commissioner of NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission
  • Rosemarie Moyeno Matos, Law Office of Rosemarie Moyeno Matos LLC
  • Osbert Orduna, President of NHCC Tristate/Owner of The Cannabis Place
  • Wesley McWhite III, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission

About Jennifer Cabrera

Jennifer Cabrera is a partner in the firm’s New York and New Jersey offices, where she focuses on licensing and regulatory matters. Her clients include existing medical operators in both New York and New Jersey, as well as businesses and individuals seeking new adult-use and medical licenses. She prepares state and local licensing applications in both states. Jennifer works with Vicente LLP's National Licensing Team and has served as lead attorney on competitive applications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. A native of Newark, New Jersey, Jennifer manages the firm’s New Jersey office and is actively involved in promoting and working with small and locally-owned businesses across the region.

Prior to joining Vicente LLP in 2019, Jennifer’s practice focused on commercial litigation and arbitration. She began her legal career at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, representing clients in complex commercial disputes, and later managed a boutique law firm, which gave her a crucial perspective on the experience of business owners.

Jennifer holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin, Harvard Law School, and the University of Cambridge. She previously served as adjunct faculty at the law schools of Duke, Fordham, and St. John’s.  She is a member of the board of the National Hispanic Cannabis Council and the Harvard Club of New York City. In 2022, Jennifer was recognized as a top-rated cannabis law attorney by Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers. In 2023, Jennifer was recognized by her peers in the "Best Lawyers" list for her work in cannabis law.

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