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Students enrolled in the Health Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation participate in a broad range of national and state law and policy initiatives aimed at increasing access to high-quality, comprehensive health care for poor and low-income individuals and families—especially those living with chronic medical conditions.
Through the clinic, students work to develop, inform, and implement cutting-edge health policy and program recommendations at the state and national levels. Student projects involve:
The clinic has an on-campus office in the WCC clinic wing, where students meet with clinic staff and conduct the majority of their clinical work. There are also frequent opportunities to travel to different states to work with clients and partners.
For registration information, see the 2015-2016 clinical curriculum.
Robert Greenwald (Clinical Professor of Law, Director, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation)
Amy Rosenberg (Associate Director)
Sarah Downer (Clinical Instructor)
Carmel Shachar (Staff Attorney)
Kathryn Garfield (Clinical Fellow)
Laura Johnston (Clinic Coordinator)
Ebony Griffin (Faculty Assistant)
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