Forthcoming August 2019 • casebound
Tags: Health Law
This new edition offers a fresh take on the rapidly evolving field of public health law. It covers foundational concepts and examines major shifts in constitutional doctrine including federalism, speech, religion, reproductive rights, and privacy, as well as human rights at the global level. The cases and materials examine how these concepts apply to contemporary and future issues, including substance use, firearms, health insurance, food supply, big data, surveillance, epidemics, and disaster preparedness. This provides a useful framework for analyzing competing interests among governments, private entities, individuals, and human rights in multiple contexts and as the law changes.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.