• Health Law Institute

    Hamline's health law program ranks 15th nationally 

    Whether a JD student or a professional working in the health field, our Health Law Institute gives you a deep understanding and real-life health law experience through specialized courses, certificates of study, and experiential learning opportunities. The institute bridges the gap between health law scholarship and policy through engagement, collaboration, and innovation. It is a regional hub for the health law community, providing programs, training, educational opportunities, events and symposia for law students, practicing lawyers, compliance officers, and policy makers, throughout the year, including during Summer term and J-term. Because of the work and scholarship of the Health Law Institute, Hamline’s health law program is ranked 15th in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

    Master's degree and certificates online and on campus expand your health law expertise

    The Health Law Institute offers three certificates and a Master in the Study of Law that allow you to focus your legal education or gain legal knowledge and skills to benefit you as a lawyer, medical practitioner, or business professional.

    Faculty and advisory board help advance the Institute and the industry

    Our core and adjunct faculty members are committed to students’ career advancement as well as the advancement of health law policy and the Health Law Institute. Our advisory board, comprised of industry professionals, provide us invaluable perspective on issues, challenges and needs related to health law practice. 

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  • Health Law News

    The Hamline Health Law Institute will offer the online course, HIPAA Privacy Online, from Monday, December 29 through Friday, January 16 for two academic credits.

    Professor Pope recently made several presentations and also published, "Legal Briefing: Brain Death and Total Brain Failure" in the Journal of Clinical Ethics.

    Dean Holloway and Professor Hermer were recently in Park City, Utah participating in the Future of Public Health Law Education Faculty Fellowship Summer Institute, which is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by Georgia State Law and its Center for Law, Health, and Society.

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