Spring 2021 Health Law Legislative and Regulatory Process Colloquium

The Health Law Legislative and Regulatory Process Colloquium is held biennially. The Spring 2021 colloquium will be entirely virtual and asynchronous, featuring experts on four case studies.

Videos will be added as they become available.

Lunch and Learn series

Public Health Emergency Powers to Support Social Distancing & Use of Face Masks


The History of the MSEHPA: Lessons for Post-2020 Reform Efforts

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

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Professor Lindsay Wiley interviews Professor Lawrence Gostin of Georgetown University and Professor Gene Matthews of University of North Carolina about the history of the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA) and lessons they draw from that effort that might be applied to the coming decade of public health emergency reforms.
 



Separation of Powers in a Public Health Emergency: The Role of the Courts and State Legislatures and the Process for Developing a New Model State Statute

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

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Professor Lindsay Wiley interviews Professor Wendy Parmet of Northeastern University about the ensuring meaning of Jacobson v. Massachusetts, the role of courts and state legislatures in a public health emergency, and the process currently underway to explore whether a new model statute should be developed in light of lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Development & Deployment of COVID-19 Vaccines
 

Recording coming soon!

The Future of the Affordable Care Act

 

Recording coming soon!

Racism and Sex Discrimination in Health Care and the Social Determinants of Health

 

Recording coming soon!