39th Annual Health Law Professors Conference
The 39th Annual Health Law Professors Conference will take place June
2-4, 2016 in Boston, MA hosted by Boston University School of Law. The
conference is intended for professionals who teach law or bioethics in
schools of law, medicine, public health, health care administration,
pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry. This conference combines
presentations by experienced health law teachers with the opportunity
for discussion among participants. The program includes plenary and
concurrent sessions and is designed to provide updates on issues at the
forefront of law and medicine and to provide an opportunity to share
strategies, ideas, and materials.
In addition to the conference sessions, we would like to point out
some highlights of the schedule that will surely make your attendance at
the 39th Annual Health Law Professors Conference memorable! On
Thursday, June 2nd, we will start (at approximately 3:00 pm ET) with the
Jay Healey Teaching Session. Following the pre-conference session,
there will be a Special Opening Lecture by Don Berwick hosted by the Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School with a reception to follow.
The conference at Boston University includes a full day of sessions
on Friday, June 3rd with a "must attend" special event in the evening
at a location that truly says "Boston" – the Boston Tea Party Museum during which ASLME will present the Annual Jay Healey Teaching Award.
Saturday will start with a Boston "mini-marathon" (two mile run/walk)
that will start at the iconic Citgo sign and visit the finish line of
the Boston Marathon. Saturday sessions will go throughout the morning
and will finish with a "passing of the torch" to the 2017 host school.
Complete your visit with a Red Sox game on Saturday at Fenway Park
against the Toronto Blue Jays (tickets can be purchased separately from a
block for HLP attendees).
Register Online today! You can also download a printable registration form here.
For event travel information, please click here.
ASLME is excited for Boston University School of Law to co-sponsor the conference in Boston – our shared city!