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Children’s Health Law and Policy Initiative
Obesity. Toxic exposure. Fetal alcohol syndrome. Autism. Trauma. Children and adolescents face a range of health related-issues with legal and policy implications.
Loyola offers interested students a range of opportunities in health law. This includes a robust curriculum offered through the Law School’s Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy and Health Justice Project, with courses in:
- Children’s health and policy
- Mental health law
- Disability law
- Special education law
Students also have an opportunity to work on child and adolescent health-related legislation and policy development through the Civitas ChildLaw Center’s Policy Institute and Clinic.