Spring 2020 Experiential Learning Faculty Highlights
Spring 2020 Experiential Learning faculty highlights include Lisa Bliss’ Fulbright Professorship, Ted Afield joining the IRS Advisory Council, Charity Scott’s new mindfulness course, and more.
Take the micromobility survey
Recently, an email was sent to the Georgia State University students with a survey for a micromobility pilot study. This […]
Preventing Child Trafficking: A Public Health Approach A Book Event
Preventing Child Trafficking: A Public Health Approach
Fighting Racism and Xenophobia with International Human Rights Law
Dozens of community members filled the auditorium at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on January 16 for a discussion about […]
Center for Law, Health & Society faculty members congratulate Paula Kocher Barnes on her retirement this year after more than […]
Fulbright Distinguished Chair Teaches Overseas
Bliss’s teaching drew from her experience as co-director of the Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic, a leading U.S. medical-legal partnership.
Accolades for Fuse Brown’s Scholarship on ERISA and State Single-Payer Health Care
Associate professor and recently appointed center director, Erin Fuse Brown, has been receiving lots of attention from scholars and policymakers for her article, “Federalism, ERISA, and State Single-Payer Health Care.”
Wolf and Fuse Brown Examine Choice of Law in Precision Medicine Research
Wolf and Fuse Brown were surprised by the sheer number of state laws that could provide very different substantive rights to research participants.
Register now! Dec. 10 Luncheon Keynote Panel “The Future of Meat” (1.5 hours optional GA CLE)
Register now for “The Future of Meat” (1.5 Optional GA CLE).