March 2014
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Deadlines Approaching! Call for Abstracts and Early Bird Registration Closing Soon for the Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice
Global Health Governance: Call for Submissions
2014 Health Law Scholars Weekend: Call for Abstracts
Ten Faculty Fellowships Awarded to Promote Public Health Law Education
Columbia University School of Continuing Education Now Accepting 2014 Fall Applications!
Visiting Lectureships at the International Institute for Law and Medicine in Eastern Europe
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Next Public Health Law Webinars: March 20 and April 17!
June 5-7: Health Law Professors Conference
June 25-27: Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice
October 16-17: Public Health Law Conference
JLME Update
Membership Spotlight
Member Spotlight: Doug Campos-Outcalt
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2014 Health Law Scholars Weekend: Call for Abstracts

SLU LAW Center for Health Law Studies and ASLME are pleased to announce that the 2014 Health Law Scholars Weekend will be held September 18-20. 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.

A nominating committee selects the papers to be presented at the workshop. The committee looks for papers that have an original thesis and will contribute to scholarly literature. The workshop is designed primarily to provide feedback on articles intended for spring submission to law review journals. The workshop is not designed to review published work or papers already accepted for publication.

Those interested in presenting a health law or bioethics work-in-progress at the Health Law Scholars Workshop Sept. 18-20, should submit a 500-word abstract of the proposed paper together with a resumé by April 7, 2014 to Cheryl Cooper,,at Saint Louis University School of Law . Because a blind selection process is used, please do not include the author’s name or institutional affiliation on the abstract. Questions about the submission process should be directed to Prof. Sidney D. Watson at or 314-977-2751.

For more information please visit the Health Law Scholars webpage.


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