Events and conferences at the cutting edge of health law and policy are held every month of the academic year, including a series of events focused on domestic health policy and health care issues, driven in part by the passions of interested students.
All 2023–2024 Events
- September 12 | Gun Violence, Domestic Violence, and the Supreme Court: Twin Threats before the Court in United States v. Rahimi, A panel discussion featuring Jesenia Pizarro, Eric Tirschwell, Dean Megan Ranney, Michael Ulrich
- September 20 | A year after the fall of Roe: Views from the frontlines of federal policy, medical practice, and law A panel discussion featuring Dr. Lisa Harris, Diana Kasdan, Jennifer Klein, Reva Siegel ’86
- October 10 | Disability Rights, Health Care, and Incarceration, A panel discussion featuring Pardiss Kebriaei, Lisa Puglisi, and Margo Schlanger.
- October 11 | From the Mifepristone case to the ACA and defending Chevron: The HHS General Counsel on Major Cases in the Courts, A conversation about cases on matters ranging from deference to scientific expertise, to reproductive rights, ACA, and administrative law moving through the courts with Sam Bagenstos, the General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- October 16 | Confronting the Drug Pricing Crisis through Patent Reform, a panel discussion featuring Tahir Amin, Robin Feldman, Amy Kapczynski '03, and Zain Rizvi ’17.
- October 21 | Health Law Alumni Breakfast.
- October 25 | Wonder Drug: A book talk on the history of Thalidomide with Jennifer Vanderbes, TD ’96.
- November 7 | 1L Summer Jobs in Health Law, a panel event co-sponsored with the YLS Career Development Office (CDO) featuring Hannah Eichner '24, Bea Brown '25, Sahil Agrawal '25, Elliot Ping '24, and Elena Sokoloski '25.
- November 8 | Generative AI and Medical Advice, a talk featuring Claudia E. Haupt.
- November 16 | The Transformative Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Healthcare and Legal Practice, a panel event featuring Lane Dilg '04, Harlan Krumholz, David Rhew, and Laura Safdie ’11.