ATLANTA – Professor Charity Scott, director of the Center for Law, Health & Society, spoke at a recent meeting of the Medical Association of Georgia (MAG). She outlined several new approaches being undertaken by hospitals across the country to resolve potential claims of medical malpractice before the parties are embroiled in lengthy and expensive litigation.
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ATLANTA – Cynthia Honssinger Coffman (JD ’91), a member of the sixth graduating class of the College of Law, is the Chief Deputy in the Colorado Office of the Attorney General. She oversees a staff of 260 practicing attorneys and 150 employees who provide administrative support.
“Managing the largest law office in the state offers… more »
ATLANTA – Recent graduate Megan Daugherty Douglas (JD ’12) is using her legal background as a unique lens to identify the impact of law and policy on health outcomes. Last year, she was awarded a health policy fellowship with the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine. Under the direction of Dr. David Satcher,… more »
ATLANTA – This spring the Student Health Law Association proudly hosted the 7th annual Bioethics at the Movies. Open to all students at the College of Law, the series features clips from movies and television and discussion on a wide range of topics in bioethics guided by health law faculty. Past themes have included vaccination, human… more »
ATLANTA – As incidences of diabetes and asthma continue to increase at alarming rates in the American population, students at Georgia State University College of Law gathered to learn about obesity, asthma, and other conditions in the context of law, community planning, and public health with experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention… more »