Ms. Brann heads the Medical Cannabis Group at James, Smith, Dietterick and Connelly, LLP in Hershey and chairs the Dauphin County Medical Cannabis Law Committee.

Since 2013, Ms. Brann has worked closely with the co-sponsors of Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act and testified before the Pennsylvania Senate regarding the medical marijuana legislation. Ms. Brann is a frequent speaker regarding Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis legislation, including Law Seminars International, Marijuana Policy Project, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Pennsylvania Association for Government Relations, County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Medical Society, Smart Talk Radio (WITF) and local organizations.

Christine is an original and founding member of Campaign for Compassion, which received a national award from Americans for Safe Access for their lobbying efforts. Ms. Brann graduated from Bucknell University and earned her Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law. She and her husband have two children, one of whom suffers from Dravet Syndrome.

Christine Taylor Brann, Esq.

Founding Member, Campaign for Compassion and Attorney