The American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) presents the second annual BioIP Faculty Workshop on May 19-20, 2016, at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta, Georgia. Abstracts are due by Oct. 15, 2015.
Health Law and Policy
Call For Abstracts Now Open
2016 International Conference - Law & Medicine: Challenging the Future
February 28, 29, 2016, Qatar University
Abstracts Deadline: November 10, 2015
Call For Papers
Petrie-Flom Center 2016 Annual Conference: Big Data, Health Law, & Bioethics
May 6 and possibly May 7, 2016, Wasserstein Hall, Milstein East ABC, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA
Call for Abstracts
We welcome submissions on both broad conceptual questions and more specific policy issues. Potential topics include:
As the weather finally begins to look like summer here along the coast, the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth School of Law wishes to invite you to our Third Annual Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange.
Washington University Law School, the Center for Empirical Research in the Law and Olin Business School are pleased to host the 10th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) on October 30 and 31, 2015 in St. Louis, Missouri.
America’s public finance system is largely in uncharted territory. Congress has abandoned its own budgetary process, major cities have declared or considered bankruptcy, and public pension systems and the viability of other unfunded liabilities is becoming an increasing source of concern. Healthcare spending is occupying a significant share of both state and federal non-discretionary spending.
The third annual conference on the Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics, will be held at the Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, in Scottsdale, Arizona, on May 26-28, 2015.
Religion and medicine have historically gone hand in hand, but increasingly have come into conflict in the U.S. as health care has become both more secular and more heavily regulated. Law has a dual role here, simultaneously generating conflict between religion and health care, for example through new coverage mandates or legally permissible medical interventions that violate religious norms, while also acting as a tool for religious accommodation and protection of conscience.