Vicente Psychedelics Attorneys Headed to San Francisco for Chacruna Psychedelic Culture Conference

Apr 5, 2024

Vicente LLP founding partner Joshua Kappel and counsel Barine Majewska will be at the upcoming “Cultivating Roots for Cultural Change: the Bay Area’s Annual Spring Conference on Plant Medicines & Psychedelic Science.” Hosted by Chacruna, the event will take place on April 27th and 28th, 2024, at the historical Brava Theater Center in San Francisco, California.

Conference attendees can expect to learn about:

  • Indigenous Reciprocity and Decolonial Dialogues
  • Psychedelic Justice through Global Perspectives
  • Protection of Sacred Plants and Cultural Traditions
  • Psychedelic Science
  • Intersectionality and Diversity in Community Building and Activism

Vicente LLP, a sponsor of the event, has been paving the path for access into the currently-developing legal space for psychedelics and plant medicine. Joshua Kappel is passionate about fostering human-centric and regenerative companies in the cannabis and psychedelic industries. Notably, he co-authored Colorado's Proposition 122, the “Natural Medicine Health Act,” which creates access to natural psychedelic medicines through a regulated supervised-use model and decriminalizes personal and communal use. Together with Barine, a leading member of Vicente’s Psychedelics and Emerging Therapies Practice Group, Josh assists companies in navigating the complex landscape of the psychedelic industry, offering expertise in corporate structuring, regulatory compliance, and general corporate law.

For more information or to register for the event, visit

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