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Two health law students win national writing awards

Two health law students win national writing awards

Feb 18, 2019
Allison Smith and Nicolette Cregan, both 3L health law students, won national awards for their notes this year.
Prof. Hoffman discusses concerns about algorithms predicting opioid abuse with Politico

Prof. Hoffman discusses concerns about algorithms predicting opioid abuse with Politico

Feb 8, 2019
According to the report, companies are beginning to sell information about patients' risk of opioid addiction to health care professionals and hospitals. Professor Sharona Hoffman explains that there is no guarantee of the accuracy of these so-called "risk scores," and no protection against them either.  
Prof. Adler’s recent NYT op-ed says Affordable Care Act ruling is ‘lawless’

Prof. Adler’s recent NYT op-ed says Affordable Care Act ruling is ‘lawless’

Dec 18, 2018
Professor Jonathan Adler co-authored an opinion piece for The New York Times regarding the legality of the decision issued on Friday night by a federal judge in Texas that strikes down the entire Affordable Care Act.
Professor Hill participates in NPR conversation about President Bush's legacy on abortion

Professor Hill participates in NPR conversation about President Bush's legacy on abortion

Dec 10, 2018
Professor Jessie Hill, a reproductive rights scholar, recently participated in an NPR panel discussion about President George H.W. Bush's legacy on abortion. Listen to the interview and read the transcript. Bush's father, she said, was an early supporter of Planned Parenthood, and Bush himself had been pro-choice for much of his career. 
Dean Berg discusses concerns regarding genetically engineered babies

Dean Berg discusses concerns regarding genetically engineered babies

Nov 27, 2018
As a Chinese scientist claims to have created the first genetically engineered baby, Law Dean Jessica Berg, a bioethicist at Case Western Reserve University, weighs in on what this means for the future of gene-editing tools. She is quoted in "The ethical red flags of genetically edited babies" by Sam Baker in Axios.  
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