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  • 12/01/2016 - JHLI executive director Schostok quoted in 'InBusiness' magazine

    Katherine Schostok, executive director of DePaul University College of Law's Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute, was recently quoted by InBusiness magazine. The article, 'Can alternative medicine lower costs?', examines the potential health and financial benefits to, as well as the arguments against, expanding insurance to cover complementary and alternative medicine....
  • 10/12/2016 - preLaw magazine gives DePaul's public interest and health law programs high marks

    DePaul University College of Law's public interest law and health law programs each received high marks from from preLaw magazine in the 2016 Back to School issue​. The periodical ranks law schools that are dedicated to innovation and provide exceptional offerings in key areas. DePaul was one of only five schools to receive an A+ rating, the magazine's highest grade, in...
  • 09/12/2016 - Professor Wendy Epstein named a 2016 health law scholar

    The American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Saint Louis University School of Law recently named DePaul Associate Professor Wendy Epstein a 2016 Health Law Scholar for her work-in-progress “Price Transparency and Incomplete Contracts in Health Care.” The Health Law Scholars Workshop recognizes the achievements of junior faculty in health law and bioethics. Each year,...
  • 06/14/2016 - Jaharis Faculty Fellow focuses research on biopharma IP negotiations in pandemic outbreaks

    DePaul University College of Law has named Ana Santos Rutschman the Jaharis Faculty Fellow for academic year 2016-2017. Rutschman will be conducting cutting-edge research at the intersection of health law and intellectual property, specifically related to the negotiation of intellectual property licensing in the biopharmaceutical industry during pandemic disease outbreaks....
  • 04/20/2016 - Wolters Kluwer’s expert discusses use of social media in health care

    Writer/analyst Melissa Mitchell (JD ’09) with Wolters Kluwer’s health law editorial team presented “#healthcare: The Promise and Pitfalls of Using Social Media to Enhance Health Care” at DePaul's College of Law on April 12, 2016. Her lecture explored how social media functions from a health care consumer standpoint, and was the final in a series hosted by the Mary and Michael Jaharis Health...

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