This live webcast features a keynote address by Professor Lawrence Gostin, internationally recognized legal scholar in global public health law. Professor Gostin will provide an overview of contemporary issues in global public health law including global public health crises of the 21st century, drawing on a framework of scholarship for achieving global health with justice. The keynote will be followed by a panel discussion addressing the implications of this scholarship for guiding policy concerning vulnerable populations and subgroups.
Lawrence Gostin, Professor of Global Health Law, Georgetown Law
New York State Bar Association’s Public Health Committee
Network for Public Health Law
Public Health Association of New York City
American Psychological Association Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology
Collaborative for Palliative Care
Sponsoring Association Committee:
Bioethical Issues Committee, Mary Beth Morrissey, Chair
Co-Sponsoring Association Committee:
Health Law Committee, Kathleen Mary Burke, Chair
Please note: No CLEs will be provided with the webcast.