Health law touches one of the largest industries in the U.S. economy and intensely personal human problems. Lawyers are involved in the health field in many ways including representing hospitals, other health care providers such as doctors and their practices, patients who claim to be injured in the health care setting, insurance companies, and some administrative agencies at the state and federal levels.
- Administrative Law
- Advanced Health Law
- Disability Law
- Health Care Law
- Introduction to Law and Psychiatry
- Neuroscience and the Law
Students should also be aware of other course offerings related to Health Law in other parts of the University. For example, the Medical School offers courses about research ethics discussing legal and ethical issues surrounding human experimentation.