Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat   


Health Law Retreat

Fifth Annual Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat at Seton Hall Law School


WHEN
Session 1: February 5, 2021, from 12:30-4:00 EST
Session 2: February 12, 2021, 12:30-4:00 EST

WHERE
Virtual

TARGET AUDIENCE
Persons with an academic appointment in health law, including professors, fellows, and visiting scholars, in any institution of higher education.

TICKETS
Complimentary Event

AGENDA

Session 1 February 5, 2021

12:30-1:30

David Simon (George Washington University Law School), “Evidence-Based Off-Label Drug Regulation”

Commentators: Lewis Grossman (American University Washington College of Law), Aaron Kesselheim (Harvard Medical School)

1:30-2:30

Emily Berman, Lean Fowler, Jessica Roberts (University of Houston Law Center), “Why Digital Contact Tracing Failed”

Commentators: Jennifer Oliva (Seton Hall University School of Law), Ross Silverman (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)

2:30-3:30

Rebecca Wolitz (Yale University), “States, Preemption, and Patented Drug Prices”

Commentators: Erin Fuse Brown (Georgia State University College of Law), Elizabeth McCuskey (University of Massachusetts School of Law)

3:30-4:00

“Raw Meat”

Robert Field (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)

Michael Ulrich (Boston University School of Public Health)

Session 2 February 12, 2021

12:30-1:30

Ani Satz (Emory University School of Law), “Principles and Pandemics: Disability Discrimination through the Lens of COVID-19”

Commentators: Samuel Bagenstos (University of Michigan Law School), Doron Dorfman (Syracuse University College of Law)

1:30-2:30

Craig Konnoth (University of Colorado Law School), “Medical Stereotyping”

Commentators: Brietta Clark (Loyola Law School), Nan Hunter (Georgetown University Law Center)

2:30-3:30

Allison Hoffman (University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School), “A White Paper on a Public Option for Employers”

Commentators: Nicole Huberfeld (Boston

3:30-4:00

“Raw Meat”

Govind Persad (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)

Roy Speece (University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)

CONTACT
If you would like to participate in the retreat, please contact contact Professor Carl Coleman at [email protected].