Recent & Archived Center News
IU McKinney Professor David Orentlicher’s recent op-ed on the potential long-term impact of the Affordable Care Act, which was initially published in the Indianapolis Star on November 15, has subsequently been picked up by the nationwide newspaper USA Today for publication.
Professor Diana R.H. Winters recent op-ed, “FDA Should Expand Focus and Adopt Food Systems Approach to Safety” appeared in the online news outlet Food Safety News.
IU McKinney Professor David Orentlicher was part of a panel discussion at the University of Houston Law Center tasked with examining the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and whether it is succeeding.
The Health Law Society of the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law and the Indianapolis Bar Association Healthcare and Life Sciences Section will co-host “Insights from the Health Care and Life Sciences Bar” on October 29.
Professor Winters Invited to Take Part in American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics/SLU Health Law Scholars Workshop, Yale Food Symposium
Professor Diana R.H. Winters has been invited to take part in Saint Louis University School of Law’s 2013 Health Law Scholars Workshop, and the Yale Food Systems Symposium.
Professor Nicolas P. Terry presented “Pit Crews With Computers: Can Health Information Technology Fix Fragmented Care?” at a symposium organized by the University of Houston Law Center’s Health Law & Policy Institute and the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy.
Health care law is expected to remain an in-demand area of practice through at least 2020, according to an article in the September 2013 issue of The National Jurist.
Professor Emerita Eleanor DeArman Kinney, and Professors David Orentlicher and Nicolas P. Terry will be speaking at this year's national meeting of the American Chemical Society.
Professor Nicolas Terry will present “Applying Disruption Theory to Mobile Health” at the Radcliffe Seminar on Mobile Health, Harvard Law School, on September 20.
IHRL Announces Note Candidates for Volume XI
The Indiana Health Law Review Executive Board has announced the following Note Candidates for Volume XI. Review board staff also are looking forward to the publication's 10th anniversary celebration.
North Dakota state court Judge Wickham Corwin quoted IU McKinney Professor David Orentlicher in his decision of July 15, 2013, declaring unconstitutional a state law banning one of the drugs used in non-surgical abortions.
Professor David Orentlicher gave an interview July 11 to radio station KUT, a National Public Radio affiliate in Austin, Texas. The interview is part of a story on the abortion bill currently under consideration in the Texas Legislature, which would outlaw the procedure after 20 weeks of pregnancy and place restrictions on clinics that perform the procedures.
The demand for lawyers who know the intricacies of the Affordable Care Act promises to remain high, which bodes well for law students with an interest in the field of health care law. The trend is noted in the article titled “Want a Law Job? Learn the Health-Care Act” in the June 16 issue of The Wall Street Journal.
Professor Orentlicher Publishes Article on Tobacco Warnings in New England Journal of Medicine
Professor David Orentlicher’s “Perspective” article titled “The FDA’s Graphic Tobacco Warnings and the First Amendment,” was published in the New England Journal of Medicine on June 26.
Professor Diana R.H. Winters has been chosen to be a participant in the 2013 Health Law Scholars Workshop. The workshop is sponsored by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and the Saint Louis University Center for Health Law Studies.
Professor Nicolas Terry will be among the panelists at the third International Summit on the Future of Health Privacy, June 5 and 6 at Georgetown Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Tracy Gunter presented on issues raised by behavioral genetics in antisocial behavior as part of GETed 2013 at Harvard Medical School on April 26.
Three students were honored for their work on the Indiana Health Law Review during the publication's annual spring banquet on April 13, 2013.
Professor Jennifer Drobac will present on the issue of consent, neuroscience and law at the 14th Annual Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law Conference. The conference is co-hosted by Penn Law and the Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society.
Professor Nicolas Terry will take part in a symposium at Case Western Reserve University School of Law on the topic "Balancing Privacy, Autonomy, and Scientific Progress: Patients' Rights in the Use of Electronic Medical Records for Non-Treatment Purposes."
The Health Law Society, a student group at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, donated $200 to the IU Student Outreach Clinic.
Various aspects of patient responsibility, consumerism, and blame were considered during the Indiana Health Law Review Symposium on March 8, 2013, at the law school.
Students from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law toured Goodman Hall, the site of IU Health's Neuroscience Center as part of the Neuroscience and Law class being taught during the spring 2013 semester by Dr. Tracy D. Gunter.
Professor Diana R. H. Winters took part in the 2013 Food Law Colloquium on February 23. Titled "Local Food|Global Food: Do We Have What It Takes to Reinvent the U.S. Food System?" the event was hosted by the Maine Law Review and the University of Maine School of Law.
A look at how issues of bioethics are dealt with through plays staged since the 1960s was the topic of the McDonald Merrill Ketcham Lecture at the law school.
In a lecture at the IU Center for Bioethics, Professor Nicolas Terry talked about the failure of health information technology to change health care.
Professor David Orentlicher's study "Concussion and Football: Failures to Respond by the NFL and the Medical Profession," is scheduled for publication in the FIU Law Review of the Florida International University College of Law.
Mary Beth Claus, '86, has returned to Indiana to serve as General Counsel of Indiana University Health.
Professor Nicolas P. Terry was part of a panel discussion on behalf of the group Patient Privacy Rights.