Health Law Society
The Health Law Society at Loyola University Chicago School of Law is a student run organization aimed to introduce students to the field of health law. Law students, professors, professional administrators and attorneys, collaborate to provide networking events, professional career panels, and health law activities for the Loyola health law community. Please explore our website to learn more about the Health Law Society.
The Health Law Society strives to introduce students to the complex and varied world of health law through events and networking opportunities with practitioners, scholars, and other students. HLS provides Loyola University Chicago School of Law students an opportunity to get involved with the school's health law program from day one of their law school career.
What We Do
The Health Law Society at Loyola University Chicago School of Law is a student run organization. We work closely with the faculty, staff, and alumni of the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy to provide students interested in health law with student meetings, career panels, speaker series featuring prominent attorneys and leaders in health law, and invaluable alumni and student networking opportunities. Through HLS, students can become involved with the nationally recognized health law program at Loyola. Loyola's health law community has a strong presence both regionally and nationally. HLS actively works to ensure that our students are provided with the ability to create, foster, and maintain connections to leaders in the field.
Faculty Advisors: Megan Bess, Kristin Corrigan, email@example.com