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October Insider
It is an exciting time to be a member of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics. In September we co-hosted the enormously successful national conference "Using Law, Policy and Research to Improve the Public's Health." Last week, in conjunction with Seton Hall Law School, we hosted one of our favorite events of the year, our annual Student Health Law Conference. Both conferences were not only deeply rewarding experiences; they were also a lot of fun, and demonstrate the advantages of being a member of ASLME. Read More
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October Insider
Job Postings
Attorney Position Announcement
Albany Medical College Seeks Associate Professor or Professor
Bioethics Fellowships at the National Institutes of Health- DHHS
Announcement from ASLME
ASLME Partners with U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Conferences
The Legacy of Nancy Cruzan: 20 Years Later, Are We Any Better at Healthcare?
4th Annual Student Health Law Conference
Student Health Law Award Winners
Publications
Update from the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics
Call for Papers Continues
Meet the New Editor of AJLM
Membership
Member Spotlight: Judith Daar
An Opportunity from ASLME
Learn More About ASLME Membership
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Job Postings
Attorney Position Announcement

The University of Michigan School of Public Health has an immediate opening for a high level experienced attorney to serve as the Assistant Director of the Mid-States Regional Center for the Public Health Law Network (Network). Read More

Albany Medical College Seeks Associate Professor or Professor
The Alden March Bioethics Institute (AMBI) at Albany Medical College, Albany, New York invites applications for a tenure-track associate professor or professor level position.
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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 Partners 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
The Legacy of Nancy Cruzan: 20 Years Later, Are We Any Better at Healthcare?

Just two weeks to register for the Legacy of Nancy Cruzan Conference hosted by the Center for Bioethics 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

4th Annual Student Health Law Conference
ASLME co-hosted the 4th annual Student Health Law Conference with Seton Hall in Newark, NJ on October 22, 2010.
Over 200 participants from schools across the nation attended this one-day event that exposed law students to the myriad career paths for attorneys in health and life sciences. Read More
Student Health Law Award Winners
ASLME is proud to announce the 2010 Student Health Law Award recipients.
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Publications
Update from the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics
The change in seasons brings us a new issue of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics; by now you should have received the fall issue and its well-researched articles. Read More
Call for Papers Continues
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
Meet the New Editor of AJLM
The American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics is pleased to announce that Jordana Goldstein has been elected Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Law & Medicine for the 2010-2011 academic year. Read More
Membership
Member Spotlight: Judith Daar
ASLME strives to provide a community for colleagues dedicated to shaping health care for the 21st century. The Society would be unable to fulfill the mission without the dedicated members of the Board of Directors. For the past two years, this distinguished group has been led by Judith Daar, ASLME President and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Whittier Law School. 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.
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Learn More About ASLME Membership

Members have access to a range of great benefits from ASLME. Whether you've been a member for many years, just joined, or are a prospective member, read more to find out all that ASLME has to offer.  Read More

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