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DePaul Journal of Health Care Law

As one of the few remaining peer-reviewed legal journals, the DePaul Journal of Health Care Law​ has long been one of the nation’s premiere student-run scholarly publications. Founded in 1996, the JHCL is focused on providing insightful and progressive articles that analyze the legal complexities of the rapidly evolving health care world. Although primarily comprised of comments and notes from law professors and legal practitioners, the JHCL is committed to providing students with publication opportunities. Staff writers are strongly encouraged to submit articles for publication review.

Pictured left to right: Hillary Cook, Ryan Eckert, Sydney Mayer, and Calvin Edwards. Not pictured: Margaret Walsh.

Editorial Board

  • Editor-in-Chief, Sydney Mayer
  • Managing & Business Editor, Calvin Edwards
  • Symposium Director, Ryan Eckert
  • Executive Test Editor, Margaret Walsh
  • Authorities Editor, Hillary Cook​
​​Staff Writers
  • Anthony Lopez
  • Nesko Radovic
  • Brian King
  • Cindy Medina-Cervantes
  • Cristina Mares
  • Faizan Khan
  • Joe Baratta
  • Gloria Crawford
  • Samantha Grund
  • Tobin Klusty

The DePaul Journal of Health Care Law publishes articles on health law subjects of current interest to health care practitioners, legal researchers, scholars and health care professionals.​ Access the JHCL here​.​​