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Deadline for 2011 Health Law Scholars Workshop Approaches

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.  The Health Law Scholars Workshop is a collegial forum in which faculty new to health law and bioethics scholarship present works-in-progress and receive in-depth advice from experienced scholars and teachers in the field of health law and bioethics.  The workshop encourages health and bioethics scholarship, fosters the professional development of emerging scholars and furthers the sense of community among health law academics. Past scholars have placed their papers for publication in preeminent law journals

Scholars workshop their work-in-progress before a group of experienced peer reviewers and commentators.  Each author’s work-in-progress accepted for the Health Law Scholars Workshop will be read in advance by several faculty members in relevant fields.  During the workshop weekend, each author presents his or her paper to the full group. After extensive oral feedback from the readers, the floor is opened for a sustained exchange between the presenter and full group

The workshop draws health law and bioethics scholars from across the country, inviting senior faculty from a variety of law schools and disciplines to review the works-in-progress and participate in the weekend.  The workshop also draws on the expertise of Saint Louis University faculty from the Center for Health Law Studies, the University’s Medical School, School of Public Health, Nursing School and Department for Health Care Ethics

Those interested in presenting a health law or bioethics work-in-progress at the Health Law Scholars Workshop should submit a 500-word abstract of the proposed paper together with a resumé to Mary Ann Jauer at Saint Louis University School of Law (jauerma@slu.edu) by May 2, 2011.  Because a blind selection process is used, please do not include the author’s name or institutional affiliation on the abstract.


Click here to view the 2011 Health Law Scholars Workshop brochure.

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