The Structural Silos of Carceral Health Care: Patient-Prisoners' Rights and Wellbeing

Feb. 21, 2024
12:10PM - 1:00PM
SLB Room 128
Open to the Yale Community

This panel explores the quality of care from incarceration through supervised release and thereafter. Panelists will discuss the lack of regulatory oversight, the role correctional officials play in shaping the services, delivery, and experiences of treatment in detention, and the constitutional and statutory obligations to provide care to incarcerated people.

Elizabeth Clarke '23, Curtis-Liman Fellow, Federal Defenders Office for the District of CT, and Yale Law School
Jaimie Meyer, Associate Professor, Yale School of Medicine
Angel Sanchez, YLS LLM '24
Kathryn Thomas, Post-Doctoral Fellow, The Justice Collaboratory and SEICHE Center for Health and Justice

MODERATOR Pardiss Kebriaei, Senior Liman Fellow in Residence

Non-pizza lunch provided

To attend in person or for Zoom link, please RSVP with D. Nicole Gehring. For more information, contact Elizabeth Clarke.

Sponsoring Organization(s)

The Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law at Yale Law School

Solomon Center for Health Law & Policy at Yale Law School

The Law and Racial Justice Center at Yale Law School