Thursday, March 26, 2015
12:00-3:00pm
Luncheon at 12:00, Panel Discussion at 12:45
First Floor Function Room
Suffolk Law School
120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108

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The Journal of Health & Biomedical Law at Suffolk University Law School will proudly host a Symposium on the legal implications of the recent Ebola outbreak on March 26, 2015. The program will feature a lively interdisciplinary panel discussion of the various legal issues arising from the recent Ebola outbreak, as well as how to apply the lessons learned to future viral outbreaks.

Moderator:

Renée M. Landers, JD
Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School and Faculty Director of the Health and Biomedical Law Concentration

Panelists:

Seanna Balfe, JD
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, inVentiv Health

Shawn D’Andrea, MD, MPH
Instructor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Division of International Emergency Medicine and Humanitarian Programs; Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Kevin Outterson, JD
Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law

David Soley, JD
Attorney for Ebola Nurse Kaci Hickox; Partner, Bernstein Shur

Volume X, Issue 2 is a theme book on the topic, featuring contributions by panelists and JHBL staffers.  This issue will be available through Westlaw and Lexis. For a copy of the issue, contact the Editor-in-Chief at jhbl@suffolk.edu

About Last Year's Symposium

Looking Forward: A Discussion of the New Generation of Health Care

The Journal of Health & Biomedical Law at Suffolk Law will proudly host a Symposium on Health Reform on March 5, 2013. The program will feature a lively panel discussion concerning every aspect of Health Reform from specific provisions of the Affordable Care Act to the implications it will have on specific individuals.

We are thrilled about our panel of experts who will participate in a discussion at our Symposium. They will include:

Thomas R. Barker, JD
Partner, Foley Hoag LLP, Washington, DC
Adjunct Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

John V. Jacobi, JD
Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law, Seton Hall School of Law, and Faculty Director, Health and Pharmaceutical Law and Policy Program

Georgia J. Maheras, Esq.
Executive Director, Green Mountain Care

Wendy K. Mariner, JD, LLM, MPH
Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law, Boston University School of Public Health, School of Law, School of Medicine

Alice Weiss, JD
Program Director, National Academy for State Health Policy

The panel discussion will be moderated by Renée M. Landers, Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School and Faculty Director of the Health and Biomedical Law Concentration.

Volume IX, Issue 1 is a theme book on the topic, featuring articles by several panelists.
This issue will be available through Westlaw and Lexis. For a copy of the issue, contact the Editor-in-Chief at jhbl@suffolk.edu