Laury is a marijuana attorney, professor, entrepreneur, and transformational speaker. Laury was born in Boston but raised in Petionville, Haiti. A bright student, Laury was a senior in high school by the age of 15. She moved to Massachusetts during her senior year of high school and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Biology from UMass Amherst and a Juris Doctorate degree from Suffolk University Law School, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Laury spent over a decade studying various martial arts disciplines, religious doctrines, and spiritual philosophies. She attributes much of her success to the personal development habits she cultivated through those disciplines, doctrines, and philosophies.
Laury wears many hats! She sits on the Cannabis Advisory Board for the Cannabis Control Commission, serving on the Market Participation subcommittee and Public Safety and Community Mitigation subcommittee. Laury is the Founder and Primary Educator of the Legally Great Academy, LLC. She created the Legally Great Academy to transform the world by elevating human consciousness through education, coaching, mentoring, and community. Laury is the founding member of a co-located marijuana retailer, marijuana product manufacturer, and marijuana delivery operator in Massachusetts. She is an adjunct professor at both Suffolk University Law School and Clark University where she teaches Cannabis Law. She is the host of the Laury Lucien Podcast, a podcast that intersects business and spirituality. She is a co-founder of 67 Degrees Brewing, a craft brewery and taste room in Franklin, MA.
Laury is passionate about helping entrepreneurs navigate heavily-regulated industries. She helped over 15 people obtain their certifications for Economic Empowerment Priority status in Massachusetts. She provided training and technical support to participants in the Cannabis Control Commission’s Social Equity Program. In law school, she participated in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic where she represented clients in a wide range of business disputes and intellectual property matters. Laury believes that knowledge is liberating, so she consistently hosts events or sits on panels to provide information to those who would not otherwise access it.