November 2013
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Health Law Professors Call for Proposals
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Health Law Professors Call for Proposals

The University of California, Hastings College of the Law and ASLME look forward to hosting the 37th Annual Health Law Professor's Conference from June 5-7th, 2014 in San Francisco.
As we begin to prepare the conference agenda, we request your ideas and proposals for the conference program.  You may submit two different types of proposals - a panel proposal or an presentation proposal.  Both types of proposals may be submitted through one online form.

  • Panel Proposal- select this option if you would like to propose organizing an entire concurrent session at the conference, including  proposing the topic, selecting presenters, and moderating the session;

  • Presentation Proposal- select this option if you would like to propose presenting on a specific topic or paper as part of a concurrent session.  If chosen, speakers will be allotted approximately 15-20 minutes to present on the topic as part of a larger session. Please also indicate if you are interested in moderating your concurrent session.

You may submit more than one proposal, but please indicate your order of priority so that as many of our colleagues as possible can be included in the program.
Together with our colleagues at UC Hastings and ASLME, we look forward to receiving and reviewing your proposals.  To ensure full consideration, please submit your proposal[s] by no later than Monday, January 14, 2014. We will get back to you with the preliminary schedule for all sessions in mid-February.
You can submit your proposals via this link:  If you have any technical issues with the form, please contact Roxy Bischoff at

If you have any suggestions for topics that you would especially like to see covered or questions about the substantive conference programming, please don't hesitate to contact Jaime King at


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