U.S. Health Law
Georgetown University Law Center offers a Certificate in the increasingly important field of U.S. Health Law. This Certificate program is designed to provide students a comprehensive knowledge of health care law and regulation in the U.S., including U.S. public health programs and regulations, health care access and financing;and the myriad changes to the private insurance market and Medicaid that are being made as of 2014 through the Affordable Care Act. Our renowned full-time faculty members teach a variety of courses in U.S. health law and provide advice on the development of the curriculum. Adjunct faculty, all leading experts in domestic health law and policy, draw on their wealth of practical experience to equip our students with the skills to practice in this growing field.
The Certificate in U.S. Health Law may be completed as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with an LL.M. in Global Health Law or the General LL.M. degree program.
This certificate program is offered in conjunction with Georgetown's O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.
For more information about academic requirements, please refer to our certificate in U.S. Health Law Curriculum Essay