Health Law Society

Mission: The mission of the Health Law Society (HLS) is to raise the profile of health law issues at the School, and to provide exposure to the field and opportunities for students interested in studying and pursuing careers in health law. Health care is a highly regulated industry, and with the new health reform bill, the law concerning health care is growing and changing. This means that health law is an exciting area of study as well as a great field for lawyers to enter into. 

Reflecting this trend, UCLA has been adding to its health law curriculum with courses offered by Professor Hoffman in Health Insurance Reform and Health Law and Policy. We would like to supplement this curriculum by bringing in experts to discuss various components of health law and enlighten students on relevant issues. We will also strive to enhance the employment prospects for students interested in health law by bringing potential employers to network with students. HLS will heighten the profile of UCLA as an attractive choice for prospective students in health law and will strengthen connections between the school and the legal community.

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May 20, 2022

Blake Emerson Publishes Op-Ed in Slate on Judicial Power

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May 19, 2022

Eugene Volokh Cited in The Washington Post on New Florida Protest Law

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