The Health Law & Policy runs each summer during the last two weeks of June. The Institute provides professionals and students expert training in health law and policy.
Institute participants can choose among a variety of intensive courses that examine current developments and trends in health law and policy. Courses are taught by leading health lawyers who bring real-world experience to the classroom.
Custom-designed curricula combine theoretical and practical elements so that participants gain a well-balanced understanding of the subject matter. Lunchtime activities, including panel discussions, promote networking opportunities and the chance to continue learning outside the classroom.
The Institute is designed to meet the busy schedules of law students interested in earning academic credit and of professionals, (including non-attorneys) interested in fulfilling CLE requirements, pursuing an LL.M. degree, or simply learning more about health law and policy. Day courses generally run for two consecutive days, and evening courses run for four consecutive evenings. Law students may earn one credit for each course.The credits may also be used towards a health law specialization in the law school’s LL.M. in Law and Government.
The 2014 schedule will be posted by January 2014.
Please contact Matt Pierce, 202-895-4518, for more information about the Institute.