ASLME Health Law Professor Conference Panel

Georgia State Law Represented at Health Law Professors Conference

Nine Georgia State University College of Law faculty members and staff attended the 37th Annual Health Law Professors Conference in June, 2014. The conference is sponsored by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and was held at the University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco.  Several Georgia State Law professors shared teaching techniques and presented on their current research:

Charity Scott designed and moderated a workshop on “Starting, Building, and Fostering Health Law Programs: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know (and Didn’t Know Whom to Ask).”

Erin Fuse Brown was a panelist focused on health law teaching tips and techniques entitled, “Rethinking Health Law in the Post ACA World.”  She also presented “Irrational Hospital Pricing.”

Roberta Berry presented “Neuroscience and Military Enhancement: Toward a Normative and Regulatory Framework.”

Yaniv Heled presented “Patent Substitutes in Biomedical Technology: Regulatory Competitive Shelters.”

Jonathan Todres presented “Preventing, Identifying, and Responding to Child Trafficking: What We Know Today.”

Paul Lombardo gave a “Bioethics Update” for the year.