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From Our Executive Director

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Once again, I would like to welcome you to our all-new electronic newsletter, the “ASLME Insider.” After the astounding success of our first issue (which went out to more than 2,000 readers), we are more confident than ever that this newsletter will become the central forum for news, job postings, and exciting events in the health law world. The Insider will continue to bring you all the latest news in health law, medicine, ethics, public policy, public health, and all of the related disciplines that the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics covers in its role as the most important multidisciplinary meeting ground in health law.  Read More

In This Issue
From Our Executive Director
Job Postings
Openings at Georgia State University
Bioethics Fellowships at the National Institutes of Health- DHHS
Announcement from ASLME
ASLME Announces Partnership with U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Conferences
4th Annual Student Health Law Conference: Taking the Health Law Career Path
The Legacy of Nancy Cruzan: 20 Years Later, Are We Any Better at Healthcare?
Executive Director Ted Hutchinson talks about the national conference “Using Law, Policy and Research to Improve the Public's Health”
Public Health Law Conference a Success
Publications
JLME Publishes Fall Issue
Call for Papers on Public Health Reform
AJLM Dedicates Summer Issue
Membership
Member Spotlight: John Jacobi
An Opportunity from ASLME
Make the Most of Your Membership
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Job Postings
Openings at Georgia State University

Health Law, Biotechnology, and Ethics – Assistant/Associate Professors of Law (3 faculty positions)

The College of Law (COL) at Georgia State University (GSU) is seeking highly qualified applicants for three tenure-track law faculty positions under a new University interdisciplinary research initiative. Read More

Bioethics Fellowships at the National Institutes of Health- DHHS
The Clinical Center Department of Bioethics invites individuals with JD, MD, PhD, or other relevant graduate training to apply for its two-year fellowship program beginning in September 2011. Read More
Announcement from ASLME
ASLME Announces Partnership with U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
ASLME is proud to announce that it will be partnering with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum of Washington, D.C., in presenting the historical exhibit Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race. Deadly Medicine will be presented at the Countway Library of Medicine, in Boston, in the spring of 2011. Read More
Conferences
4th Annual Student Health Law Conference: Taking the Health Law Career Path

The American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) and Seton Hall University School of Law will co-sponsor the Fourth Annual Student Health Law Conference on October 22 at the Newark, New Jersey campus of Seton Hall Law. Read More

The Legacy of Nancy Cruzan: 20 Years Later, Are We Any Better at Healthcare?
The Center for Bioethics will be hosting The Legacy of Nancy Cruzan Conference November 12-13, 2010 in Kansas City, MO. ASLME is a collaborating organization of this conference that will examine the the past, present and future of the PSDA, Nutrition - Hydration, and Palliative Care. Read More
Executive Director Ted Hutchinson talks about the national conference “Using Law, Policy and Research to Improve the Public's Health”
On September 14, 2010, ASLME Executive Director Ted Hutchinson sat down with Fran Kritz of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for a brief chat about the goals, outcomes, and success of the national conference “Using Law, Policy and Research to Improve the Public's Health. Read More
Public Health Law Conference a Success

Close to 400 professionals, from across the nation gathered in Atlanta, GA for the public health law conference: Using Law, Policy, and Research to Improve the Public’s Health. The 2 ½ day conference was sponsored by ASLME, the Public Health Law Association (PHLA), and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Read More

Publications
JLME Publishes Fall Issue

From planning our fall conferences to publishing our latest issue of theJournal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, we have had a busy couple of months at ASLME. Our fall issue of JLME, “Global Health Governance,” recently went to press and should arrive in the mail later this month. Read More

Call for Papers on Public Health Reform
ASLME’s Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics will publish an issue centered around "Public Health Reform: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Implications for the Public's Health," and JLME’s guest editor Elizabeth Weeks Leonard is seeking scholarly commentary on the public health impact of federal health reform. Read More
AJLM Dedicates Summer Issue

The summer issue of the American Journal of Law & Medicine vol. 36 nos. 2&3 marks a special occasion, as it is dedicated to Professor Frances Miller, a scholar in health law and a devoted teacher and mentor to her students. Read More

Membership
Member Spotlight: John Jacobi
The new Member Spotlight features John Jacobi, the Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law & Policy at Seton Hall Law School, for his work on the next month's 4th annual Student Health Law Conference that will be co-hosted by ASLME and Seton Hall. Read More
An Opportunity from ASLME
The Society Scholars section of ASLME’s website is a place for someone in the health law field to comment on current topics of the day in health law and ethics and to provide quick analysis of current issues.  It is a chance to have your writings exposed to your colleagues through our website.  Read More
Make the Most of Your Membership
Whether you’re a new member or have been a part of the Society for over 20 years, you may not be making the most of your benefits. Read More

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