All Concentration students must satisfy the Concentration's legal writing requirement in one of the following manners:
- With a paper which meets the standards of the Law School's legal writing requirement, and has been written for an approved Health and Biomedical Law Concentration course or as part of a Directed Study project with a full time faculty member; OR
- With a law journal piece or moot court brief whose subject matter comes within the scope of a Concentration course, and has been approved by the Faculty Director of the Concentration; OR
- With a Concentration Thesis which has been written under the supervision of a full time faculty member on a health or biomedical law topic, and has been approved by the Faculty Director of the Concentration. Click here for complete requirements concerning the Concentration Thesis.