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Courtney L. AndersonLL.M., Georgetown
University Law Center
J.D., Harvard Law School
B.S., University of Pittsburgh

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Courtney L. Anderson

Courtney Anderson joined the College of Law in 2012. Her legal experience has been focused in the area of transactional law and community and economic development. Her position supports GSU’s Second Century Initiative, which focuses on interdisciplinary research into how law and policy might impact the social, economic, and environmental determinants of health, particularly among minority, low-income, and vulnerable populations.

Prior to joining the College of Law, Professor Anderson was a clinical fellow at Georgetown University Law Center’s Harrison Institute for Affordable Housing and Community Development where she represented low-income tenant associations in purchasing and rehabilitating multifamily housing units. She also practiced in the real estate group at Sidley Ausin LLP.

Professor Anderson teaches Law and Social Welfare and Property courses.

Erin C. Fuse BrownJ.D., Georgetown University Law Center
M.P.H., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School
of Public Health
B.A., Dartmouth College

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Erin C. Fuse Brown

Erin C. Fuse Brown joined the faculty of Georgia State University’s College of Law in 2012. Professor Fuse Brown came to the College of Law from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she was a Visiting Assistant Professor and Visiting Fellow in Ethics and Health Policy with the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics. Previously, she practiced in the health care group of the San Francisco office of Ropes & Gray LLP.

Professor Fuse Brown teaches Administrative Law and Health Law: Financing and Delivery courses.

Yaniv HeledJ.S.D., Columbia Law School
LL.M., Columbia Law School
LL.B., Tel Aviv University
Undergraduate Program
in Biology, Tel Aviv
University

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Yaniv Heled

Yaniv Heled is Assistant Professor at Georgia State University’s College of Law, joining the College of Law in 2011. He has published several articles on issues at the intersection of law and biomedical technology.

Professor Heled’s research focuses on patent policy in the area of pharmaceuticals and on regulation of biomedical technologies such as biologics, donated reproductive tissue and stem cells.

Prior to joining the College of Law, Professor Heled practiced intellectual property law at Goodwin Procter LLP in New York. He has also previously taught at Tel Aviv University and other law schools abroad.

Professor Heled teaches courses on patent law, intellectual property, and law and emerging technologies.

Paul A. LombardoPh.D., University of Virginia
J.D., University of Virginia
M.A., Loyola University, Chicago
A.B., Rockhurst College

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Paul A. Lombardo

Paul Lombardo is Bobby Lee Cook Professor of Law at Georgia State University’s College of Law. He has published extensively on health law, medico-legal history, and bioethics. Professor Lombardo’s award-winning 2008 book, Three Generations, No Imbeciles: Eugenics, the Supreme Court and Buck v. Bell, was reissued in paperback in 2010. His latest book, A Century of Eugenics: From the Indiana Experiment to the Human Genome Era was published in December, 2010.

He served as an ad hoc member of the National Institutes of Health Study Section on the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genetic Research as well as the National Library of Medicine Committee for Peer Review of scholarly manuscripts. His interests include the ethical conduct of international research projects, particularly those involving epidemiological assessment of environmental and workplace exposure to toxic substances.

Professor Lombardo teaches courses on genetics and the law, great cases in bioethics and the law, and law and psychiatry.

Charity ScottM.S.C.M., Kennesaw State University
J.D., Harvard University
A.B., Stanford University

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Charity Scott

Charity Scott is Catherine C. Henson Professor of Law with a joint appointment in Georgia State University’s College of Law and J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Institute of Health Administration. She is also the Director of the Center for Law, Health & Society, and is a Faculty Fellow in Health Law with Emory University’s Center for Ethics.

Professor Scott is a member of the American Law Institute. In 2006 she received the Jay Healey Distinguished Health Law Teacher Award, presented by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics. She is past Chair of the Health Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, and is active in leadership positions with the ABA’s Health Law Section. She has published on a variety of health law issues, including antitrust and the health care field, medical ethics and the law, medical privacy, and health policy.

Professor Scott teaches courses on health care law and policy, bioethics, tort law, and negotiation.

 

Jonathan TodresJ.D., Columbia Law School
B.A., Clark University

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Jonathan Todres

Jonathan Todres is Associate Professor of Law at Georgia State University’s College of Law. He has published articles on a range of children’s rights issues and health law issues.

Professor Todres’ research focuses primarily on issues of violence against children, including trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. He serves as a regular advisor to non-governmental organizations working to combat child exploitation.

Professor Todres is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He is active in leadership positions in the ABA Section of International Law and served previously as Chair of the Section’s International Health Law Committee and as Vice-Chair of its International Human Rights Committee. He previously taught at New York University School of Law and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University. Prior to his legal career, he worked for a number of years in international health.

Professor Todres teaches courses on human rights and children, public health law, international and comparative health law, and torts.

Leslie E. WolfM.P.H., Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
J.D., Harvard Law School
A.B., Stanford University

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Leslie E. Wolf

Leslie Wolf is Professor of Law at Georgia State University’s College of Law. She conducts research in a variety of areas in health and public health law and ethics, with a particular focus on research ethics. She has conducted empirical research on conflicts of interest, research with stored biological materials, Certificates of Confidentiality, IRB web guidance, and HIV-related laws and policies.

Prior to joining the law school, Professor Wolf taught medical ethics and research ethics at the University of California San Francisco, where she also served on the UCSF institutional review board and advisory committee regarding stem cell research. She also previously was selected as a Greenwall Fellow in Bioethics and Health Policy and as a Greenwall Faculty Scholar.

Professor Wolf teaches courses on human subjects research, public health law, health law and liability, and HIV/AIDS and the law.

HeLP Legal Services Clinic Faculty

Lisa R. BlissJ.D., University of Florida
B.A., University of North Florida

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Lisa R. Bliss

Lisa Bliss is director of experiential education and associate clinical professor at Georgia State University’s College of Law and Co-Director of the in-house Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic.

Professor Bliss serves as a member of the Best Practices Implementation Committee of the Clinical Legal Education Association and as Associate Editor of Litigation News, published by the ABA Section of Litigation. Her professional experience includes private practice as a litigator, public interest service as Deputy Director of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, and clinical teaching. Her teaching interests include creating interdisciplinary learning experiences for law students together with law students in the health professions and incorporating experiential learning in both clinical and nonclinical courses.

Professor Bliss teaches courses on public interest law and social welfare, pretrial litigation and HeLP Clinic I and II.

 

Sylvia B. CaleyJ.D., Georgia State University
M.B.A., Georgia State University
B.A., Oglethorpe University
R.N., Royal Victoria Hospital School of Nursing

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Sylvia B. Caley

Sylvia Caley is Associate Clinical Professor at Georgia State University’s College of Law. She also serves as Director of the Health Law Partnership (HeLP) and Co-Director of the in-house HeLP Legal Services Clinic.

Professor Caley has extensive experience in health care, health law and policy, and poverty law, and her workrelated interests have centered on the intersection of health and poverty. Of particular interest to her is the devastating effect that serious illness has on families, and how solving legal problems can help to improve the health and social well-being of low-income children. Professor Caley is a member of the Grady Health System Ethics Committee and the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Bioethics Committee.

Professor Caley teaches courses on health policy and legislation and HeLP Clinic I and II. She also lectures extensively on legal issues affecting child health and well-being.

Emily F. SuskiLL.M., Georgetown University Law Center
J.D., University of North Carolina
M.S.W., University of North Carolina
B.A., University of North Carolina

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Emily F. Suski

Emily Suski is a Clinical Supervising Attorney in the in-house Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic at Georgia State University’s College of Law. Prior to joining the HeLP Clinic, she co-taught the Child Advocacy Clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law, and she was a Clinical Teaching Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. She also worked at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. Professor Suski has extensive experience advocating for children and adolescents with disabilities and has trained hundreds of medical professionals, lawyers, and others on education and disability law. Her professional and teaching interests include how health, disabilities, and poverty affect students in the public education system, as well as the ways interdisciplinary collaboration can improve outcomes for youth with health problems and disabilities.

Professor Suski co-teaches the HeLP Clinic I and II courses.