Regulatory reform in health care “helps economic growth, helps promote innovation, because it frees people to think a little differently,” former White House counsel Donald McGahn said in opening remarks at the January 17 American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) conference on health care, hosted by Georgetown Law Continuing Legal Education.
Over the course of orientation week, the incoming J.D. and LL.M. students – hailing from all 50 U.S. states and 76 different countries – toured campus and city, were introduced to classroom norms and Law Center resources and connected with their new classmates.
Georgetown Law Professor David Hyman Publishes New Book, Testifies Before Congress on the Costs of Health CareJuly 5, 2018 Congress Faculty Health Law
About three-quarters of the way through medical school at the University of Chicago, Professor David Hyman decided he might like to be an attorney in addition to being a doctor. So he started — and finished — law school, also at the University of Chicago, and then went back and completed his medical degree.
“This is not a time to curl up, to shut up, to give up — it is a time to stand up, to speak up, and to rise up…” Senator Cory Booker (D.-N.J.), said, speaking at Georgetown Law on June 28.
Health with justice. Human rights. Equity. Rule-based international order through organizations like the United Nations. Those values and others are being starkly contradicted by U.S. policy today — in ways that are deeply disturbing and even unconscionable, said University Professor Lawrence O. Gostin, the faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law.
With the discovery of commercially viable amounts of oil in Uganda in 2006, protecting the environment has become an especially hot topic.
Parkland, Georgetown Law Student Speak at O’Neill Institute Panel on Gun Violence, Health & 2nd AmendmentMarch 27, 2018 Constitutional Law & Theory Health Law
“February 14 was supposed to be a day of love and happiness…” Dara Jaffe, a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, said at Georgetown Law on March 26 — speaking just days after the March for Our Lives demonstrations in Washington, D.C., and around the world.
When 2L student Brian Fiske (L’19) was growing up, he was aware that his grandfather, Tom White, was a generous man who wanted to give back to those less fortunate.
“We’re poor, we don’t have much money, and resources are low,” 1L student Ellen Watlington (L’20) reported to Chris Rea of the National Academies of Sciences at Georgetown Law during “Week One.” “What have you seen that works in coastal…
“This a very, very special day for the O’Neill Institute,” Professor Larry Gostin told a crowd gathered at Georgetown Law earlier this semester. It was the 10th anniversary of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law — and…
Criminal law and health collide with the prosecution of persons with HIV — so in recognition of World AIDS Day 2017 (December 1), Sean Bland (L’13), an associate at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, provided students with a…