The Student Network for Public Health law is a supportive resource for graduate and professional students pursuing careers in public health law. The Student Network implements programming to connect and transition students and new professionals into the field of public health law.
The Network for Public Health Law has launched Student Network chapters at universities across the country and is working with students, faculty and staff to expand resources and programming to meet their needs.
Friday, April 4 at 2:00 p.m. ET. This webinar will provide an overview of state health agencies, including typcial adminstrative structures, common functions and their relationships with federal and local agencies. Register.
Alexandra Brandes, a member of Tulane University’s Disability and Health Law Society and the Student Network for Public Health Law, describes an event her student group held during the fall 2013 semester.
Any public health or law student can join the Student Network, at no cost. Join to:
To ge the most out of the Student Network, consider starting a chapter at your school. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this opportunity.
In order to build connections and resources for students we need professionals in the field of public health law who are willing to share their experiences. We are currently looking for professionals to get involved with the Student Network by:
To find out more, complete this form so we can learn about your interests. We will be in touch with specific opportunities for you to help build the field of public health law.
The Student Network has its own LinkedIn sub-group within the Network for Public Health Law's group. Become a member to receive updates on career resources, Student Network events and job postings.