Tabitha is a Phoenix cannabis lawyer and a member of the Arizona and New Jersey state bars. She practices general business law, with a specialty in legal marijuana, hemp, and CBD law. Tabitha regularly presents seminars on cannabis law issues in Arizona and around the country. She is a member of the Arizona Cannabis Bar Association and the International Cannabis Bar Association. Tabitha has been recognized as a Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for the Southwest region for the past 5 years (2018-2022).
Tabitha graduated from Arizona State University with a Political Science degree. While attending law school at the Drexel University School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she became the first Drexel Law student to earn spots on both the Moot Court Board and the Drexel Law Review.
As a community activist and a “good trouble-maker,” Tabitha values bringing light to many important issues outside of her work as a cannabis business lawyer. She donates pro bono time to the Urban Phoenix Project, an advocacy group fighting municipal zoning decisions that negatively impact pedestrians and alternative transportation such as walking, biking, and transit. Tabitha is Vice-Chair of the City of Phoenix’s Tree and Shade Subcommittee, a group working with city leaders to achieve a 25% average tree canopy coverage in the city by 2030. She is also on the Board of Directors for Trees Matter, a Phoenix-based non-profit organization, whose goal is to inspire and promote an increased tree canopy in the Phoenix-valley.