B.A., Yale; J.D., Georgetown; LL.M., Georgetown
Sara Hoverter is a staff attorney and adjunct professor at the Harrison Institute for Public Law, Georgetown University Law Center. Her areas of concentration are health and food policy, including food systems, climate change and public health, Medicaid, oral health access and workforce development, workers rights, and community health worker network development. Past positions include: research assistant for the Center for Law and the Public’s Health, and program associate at the DC Appleseed Center. Recent publications include the chapter on Heat in Climate Change, Public Health, and the Law (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2018), Human Health Impacts of Climate Change: Implications for the Practice and Law of Public Health, J. Law, Med. & Ethics, with Jill Krueger and Paul Biedrzycki (2015), Adapting to Urban Heat: A Tool Kit for Local Governments (2012), Compendium of Federal Programs with Potential for Use in Urban Heat Adaptation (Georgetown Climate Center, 2013), and guest editor, Legal Solutions in Health Reform, J. Law, Med. & Ethics, Symposium issue (Fall 2009).