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RSVP for "Deadly Medicine"

ASLME is 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. Join us for a complimentary reception and a tour of the exhibit from 6:30-8pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011. Read More

In This Issue
RSVP for "Deadly Medicine"
Job Posting
Greenwall Foundation Presidential Search
Announcements
Conflicts of Interest and the Future of Medicine
Health Care Reform in the Post-PPACA Era
Society Scoop
Conferences and Events
Public Health Law Webinar Series Kicks Off February 24th
34th Annual Health Law Professors Conference
ASLME to Convene National Conference on Conflicts of Interest in the Practice of Medicine & Medical Research
Health Law Scholars Workshop
Publications
Where in the World is JLME?
Update from the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics
Last Chance: Call for Papers
Membership
ASLME's Longest-Standing Members
Member Spotlight
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Job Posting
Greenwall Foundation Presidential Search
With the President of The Greenwall Foundation scheduled to retire at the end of December, a national search is under way for his successor. Read More
Announcements
Conflicts of Interest and the Future of Medicine
Conflicts of interest result from physicians practicing medicine as entrepreneurs, from physicians’ ties to pharma, and from investor-owned firms and insurers’ influence over physicians’ medical choices. Read More
Health Care Reform in the Post-PPACA Era
Whittier Law School presents the 26th annual Health Law Symposium, "Health Care Reform in the Post-PPACA Era: a View from Law, Policy and Ethics." The Symposium is Friday, April 8, 2011 at Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, CA. Read More
Society Scoop
Our monthly e-newsletter reaches over 2,000 readers each month, spreading the word on ASLME activities, job postings, and other happenings in the health law community. Our new column Society Scoop expands on this success by allowing readers to share their gossip with the Insider audience. Read More
Conferences and Events
Public Health Law Webinar Series Kicks Off February 24th
On Thursday, February 24, 2011, ASLME is pleased to partner with the Public Health Law Association, the Public Health Law Network, and the Public Health Law Research Program to bring to you the first of a series of free webinars.  Read More
34th Annual Health Law Professors Conference
ASLME is pleased to announce that the 34th Annual Health Law Professors Conference will be held June 9-11, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.  The conference will be co-sponsored by ASLME and Loyola University Chicago School of Law Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy.  Read More
ASLME to Convene National Conference on Conflicts of Interest in the Practice of Medicine & Medical Research
Recently, the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics announced that it will be convening a national conference on the issue of Conflicts of Interest in the Practice of Medicine and Medical Research. 
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Health Law Scholars Workshop
The Center for Health Law Studies at Saint Louis University and the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) are pleased to announce the 2011 Health Law Scholars Workshop. Read More
Publications
Where in the World is JLME?

As many of you know, the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, the flagship journal of ASLME, has readers all across the world. With thousands of readers in the Americas, Australia, Asia, Africa, and Europe, we pretty much have covered every corner of the globe. Well, except for Antarctica. That’s a tough nut to crack. Read More

Update from the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics

Our first issue of 2011 just went to press, and we are excited to share with our readers a symposium that examines medical ethics from an historical perspective: a topic that differs from the usual perspective we publish in JLME. Read More

Last Chance: Call for Papers
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
Membership
ASLME's Longest-Standing Members

At ASLME, we are fortunate to have many loyal members who are committed to our organization. In honor of their dedication, we have listed a few of the Society's longest-standing members. Read More

Member Spotlight

This month's Member Spotlight features Norman Cantor for his new book After We Die: The Life and Times of the Human Cadaver.  Read More

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