Seton Hall Law Welcomes Visiting Professor Tim Greaney
Seton Hall Law School welcomes Visiting Professor Tim Greaney. This spring, Professor Greaney will be teaching Health Law and Health Law Reform.
Seton Hall Law School welcomes Visiting Professor Tim Greaney. This spring, Professor Greaney will be teaching Health Law and Health Law Reform. Professor Greaney co-authored the leading health care law casebook, “Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems.” He is the co-director of the Center for Health Law Studies at St. Louis University School of Law, a frequent contributor to the Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law and Policy’s Health Reform Watch Blog and, in 2004, was a Visiting Professor at Seton Hall Law School.
For the last 20 years, Professor Greaney has been examining the evolution of the health care industry. He is a vocal advocate for reforming the health care system and protecting consumers. Greaney has an interest in comparative antitrust law and has been a Fulbright Scholar in Brussels and a visiting lecturer at several European law schools.
His extensive body of scholarly writing on health care and antitrust laws includes authoring and co-authoring several books in addition to articles in the country’s most prestigious legal and health policy journals. He is a frequent speaker in academia and the media. Professor Greaney has offered expert testimony on applying antitrust law to health care at hearings sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission and to the U.S. Senate.