Health Law Campus Courses
761: Health Justice Policy
Students enrolled in the Health Justice Policy course will serve as legislative student lawyers. Students will engage in multiple activities that may include the representation of a national organization and the development of policy approaches to support access to health for low-income individuals. Students will practice legislative lawyering skills, which may include stakeholder analysis, legal research and drafting, creative problem solving, interdisciplinary collaboration, among others. Students will also work on an interdisciplinary team that includes social work and medical students. Students must be available to participate in a mandatory orientation prior to the start of the semester and are expected to maintain a minimum of one office hour per week. Faculty permission required.