Global Health Law LL.M. Programs

Global Health Law LL.M. Programs

The Global Health Law LL.M. Programs: Georgetown Law offers two innovative LL.M. programs examining global health law issues.

Colloquium

O’Neill Institute Colloquium

The O’Neill Institute Colloquium, offered annually, is an interdisciplinary course that draws from the work of scholars, policymakers, and the general health community.

The O’Neill Blog

The Latest From Our Blog

The O’Neill Institute team and affiliates address important current events in national and global health law and policy in the O’Neill Institute Blog.

icon-publicationsRecent Publications

Gostin, Lawrence O. "States Must Tighten Laws That Let Parents Opt Out of Vaccinating Kids ." National Law Journal, February 4, 2015.

Cabrera, Oscar A, Paula Avila-Guillen, and Juan Carballo. "Viabilidad jurídica de una prohibición completa a la publicidad de tabaco. El caso ante la Corte Constitucional de Colombia." CEPEDISA (2014).

Lindblom, Eric N. "Filling in the Blanks on Reducing Tobacco Product Addictiveness in the FCTC Partial Guidelines for Articles 9 & 10." O'Neill Institute Working Paper No. 1, November 17, 2014.

Gostin, Lawrence O., James G. Hodge , and Scott Burris. "Is the United States Prepared for Ebola?" JAMA (2014).

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The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University was established in 2007 through the generous philanthropy of Linda and Timothy O’Neill to respond to the need for innovative solutions to the most pressing national and international health concerns. Housed at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C., the O’Neill Institute reflects the importance of public and private law in health policy analysis. The O’Neill Institute draws upon the University's considerable intellectual resources, including the School of Nursing & Health Studies, School of Medicine, the Public Policy Institute, and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.

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