June 2011
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In This Issue
Call for Papers: Conflicts of Interest in the Practice of Medicine
Announcements
Law Professor Authors New Book on Bioethics and Disability Rights
ASLME Celebrates TWO Milestones
Welcome to our New Interns
Society Scoop
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5th Annual Student Health Law Conference: Taking the Health Law Career Path
34th Annual Health Law Professors Conference Wrap-Up
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Update from JLME
AJLM Call for Papers
Where in the World is JLME?
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Article of the Month


Each month ASLME Insider reader can download the "Article of the Month" free of charge!

Selected by the editors of JLME, this month's article is "End-of-Life Care: A Philosophical or Management Problem?" by Daniel Callahan. Please click here to read this month's featured article.


Society Scoop

The ASLME Insider reaches over 2,000 readers each month, spreading the word on Society activities, job postings, and other happenings in the health law community. Our new column Society Scoop lets our readers share the latest news and gossip with the Insider audience. 

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law welcomed several new legal scholars. Faculty additions include Juscelino Colares, Avi Cover, Charlie Korsmo and Ruqaiijah Yearby.
  • A graduate of Thomas Jefferson Law School filed a class action law suit against the school, alleging that the school committed fraud by providing misleading employment statistics to prospective students. Click here to read more about this story.
  • Professor Scott Burris of Temple University Beasley School of Law has received the Paul W. Eberman Faculty Research Award from Temple University for his work in establishing the field of public health law. Read the school's new release on the story here
Whether you're promoting a new book, welcoming a new hire, or sharing other professional news, include your tidbit in the Society Scoop by sending the news to Margo Buege at margo@aslme.org. Submissions are free to all readers of the ASLME Insider, so add your news today!

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