As Director of Economics and Research for Vicente Sederberg, Andrew Livingston provides analysis on legal and regulatory matters as well as economic market projections for adult-use and medical marijuana laws in Colorado and around the world. He also sits on the Denver Cannabis Sustainability Working Group and helps coordinate government and industry efforts to increase environmental stewardship within cannabis business.
Andrew first worked alongside the Vicente Sederberg team in 2012 during Colorado's Amendment 64 campaign, which legalized marijuana for adults. Before starting his career in cannabis market and policy analysis, he focused his studies at Colgate University on the economics of illegal drugs and the harms they create for societies around the world. Andrew is often asked to speak at business and legal seminars around the country and internationally on the intersection of market dynamics and cannabis policy.
In the Media
- Prepared Foods, "Experts help cannabis edibles manufacturers prepare for future regulation," July 28, 2019
- The San Diego Union-Tribune, "Oregon has too much cannabis. Two laws may help the state manage its surplus.," June 24, 2019
- DOPE Magazine, "How Far Does Colorado’s Tax Money Go?," June 3, 2019
- Marijuana Today Podcast, "Pushing the Frontier of Drug Legalization," May 16, 2019
- The Real Dirt Podcast with Chip Baker, "Hemp Laws Explained with Vicente Sederberg LLC," April 23, 2019
- The Real Dirt Podcast, "Hemp Laws Explained with Vicente Sederberg," April 23, 2019
- Digital Journal, "U.S. Cannabis Investors Need to Keep an Eye on Banking Access," March 11, 2019
- Times-Herald Record, "Legalization of pot could have NY on an economic high," January 26, 2019