Loyola’s Health Law Institute offers signature events throughout the year. From continuing education events for attorneys and health care professionals, to programming to enhance the student experience, our events cover the hottest topics in health care law and policy.

Beazley Symposium on Health Law and Policy
The annual symposium examines the legal and policy issues surrounding health care on local, national, and international levels. Held each fall, the symposium is named in honor of Bernard Beazley, the Institute's benefactor.

L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition
The annual L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition exposes students to the corporate and regulatory practice of health care law. Law students from across the country compete by providing legal advice on a potential business opportunity to a hypothetical health care client. This event is endowed and named in honor of L. Edward Bryant Jr., one of the founders of the field of health law.

Wiet Life Sciences Scholars Conference
The Wiet Life Science Law Scholars Conference provides an intellectual venue for life science professors, scholars, and practitioners to convene and discuss current research and scholarship. The event captures research and disciplines spanning food and drug law, health law, intellectual property (IP), biotechnology, environmental, administrative, antitrust, and other realms that involve the life sciences. Our goal is to foster recognition of life science law as a cohesive and dynamic area of legal study and strengthen connections among national life science law scholars.

Learn more about upcoming health law and other law school events.