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Khurshid Khoja

Principal & Founder

Greenbridge Corporate Counsel


Khurshid Khoja is Principal of Greenbridge Corporate Counsel, a business law firm
founded in 2012 to represent legal cannabis businesses on regulatory and
transactional matters.  He’s participated in legislative and initiative drafting,
stakeholder meetings, executive agency outreach and rulemaking proceedings in
connection with California’s cannabis laws and regulations, including Proposition
64 and the Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act

Khurshid currently serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the National
Cannabis Industry Association, and on the Board of the Minority Cannabis
Business Association, where he serves as the Chair of the Policy Committee and
co-author of its Model Municipal Social Equity Ordinance. He has previously
served on State Treasurer John Chiang’s Cannabis Banking Working Group as a
representative of industry, as a Founding Board member and General Counsel of
the California Cannabis Industry Association, as a co-founder and General Counsel
to the Emerald Growers Association (now the California Growers Association),
and the Arcview Investor Network.

Among other honors, Khurshid was recently profiled in The National Law Journal’s
first ever Cannabis Law Trailblazers’ list, was featured in The Hemp Connoisseur
magazine’s “100 People You Should Know” issue, and was elected a Fellow of the
American Bar Foundation. His work in California has been profiled in multiple
editions of the Arcview Market Research report, and his earliest days in
California’s pre-regulated industry as the General Counsel of MendoGrown (later
the Emerald Growers Association) are chronicled in Doug Fine’s book Too High To

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