Laury C. Lucien is a Massachusetts marijuana attorney and entrepreneur. Laury grew up in Petion-ville, Haiti. She moved to Boston, Massachusetts at the age of 15, during her senior of high school to further her education. She went on to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a Juris Doctorate degree from Suffolk University Law School.
Laury began her legal practice by working in healthcare and life sciences as well as business licensing, corporate services, and mergers and acquisitions. Laury has advised pharmacies regarding the regulatory and licensing components of multiple multi-billion dollar acquisitions of privately held pharmacies. She has helped clients apply for, and renew, the following licenses in all 50 states: pharmacy, third-party administrator, utilization review, and collection agency. She is also experienced in helping international businesses obtain licenses necessary to operate in the United States.
Laury is the CEO of Major Bloom, LLC, a company that has secured two host agreements and one special permit to operate Marijuana Establishments in the Commonwealth. She is a Founder and Managing Member of GreenLight Business Solutions, LLC, a comprehensive consulting firm that helps marijuana start-ups navigate the marijuana industry. The Cannabis Control Commission selected GreenLight to be one of the seven Qualified Vendors for the Social Equity program. She is a partner in Chill Hill Bean Co., LLC, a craft genetics company based in California. She is also an adjunct professor at Suffolk University Law School, where she teaches the school’s first Cannabis Law course. She sits on the Boston Bar Association’s Cannabis Advisory Committee and sat on the Advisory Board for the Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council. Laury is also a founder of 67 Degrees Brewing, a craft brewery and taste room in Franklin, MA.
Laury is passionate about giving back to underserved communities. Laury currently provides pro bono services to emerging entrepreneurs by helping them prepare business formation documents and filings. Specifically in the cannabis industry, Laury helped over 15 people obtain their certification for Economic Empowerment Priority status in Massachusetts.
In law school, she participated in Suffolk University Law School’s Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic, where she represented clients on a pro bono basis in a wide range of business disputes and intellectual property matters. Laury also worked with the Housing Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services, where she advocated for clients facing foreclosure.
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