Preventing Child Trafficking: A Public Health Approach A Book Event
Preventing Child Trafficking: A Public Health Approach
The Center for Law, Health & Society is currently seeking applications for the annual Charity Scott Health Law Award. The award is granted to a 3L student graduating spring or fall who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the area of health law. Email email@example.com for an application.
Join the Student Health Law Association and the Center for Law, Health & Society for the 14th Annual Bioethics at the Movies Series. Weds. Feb. 5, 12, and 26, 12-1pm in 341. Lunch provided (first come first served).
Register now for “The Future of Meat” (1.5 Optional GA CLE).
Register now for Author Timothy Lytton’s book event – Outbreak: Foodborne Illness and the Struggle for Food Safety, Wednesday, October 30 at 11:45am to 1:00pm, Georgia State Law, 341 85 Park Place NE, Atlanta GA 30303.
On Sept. 10, Georgia State Law professors Eric Segall and Erin Fuse Brown provided an update on the Affordable Care Act, the ongoing litigation of Texas v. United States and its implications for constitutional law, severability doctrine and health policy.
GSU Law’s centers for Law, Health & Society and the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth are collaborating with Georgia Institute of Technology researchers to examine the impact of the City of Atlanta’s new e-scooter ordinance.
Georgia State Law graduate Megan Douglas (J.D. ’12) and student Claire Humston (J.D. ’21) attended a training on legal epidemiology, hosted by the Temple University Center for Public Health Law Research Policy Surveillance Program.
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