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17 Aug 2012, 3:49 am by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Chris Robertson et al, Effect of Financial Relationships on the Behaviors of Health Care Professionals: A Review of the Evidence, JLME Nicole Huberfeld, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard & Kevin Outterson, Plunging into Endless Difficulties: Medicaid and Coercion in the Healthcare Cases,... [read post]
5 Jan 2012, 3:18 pm by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Policy Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, The Rhetoric Hits the Road: State Resistance to Affordable Care... [read post]
13 May 2011, 12:10 pm by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, Can You Really Keep Your Health Plan? [read post]
2 Mar 2012, 10:22 am by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
. & Pol'y Sharona Hoffman, The Drugs Stop Here: A Public Health Framework to Address the Drug Shortage Crisis, SSRN/Food & Drug Law Journal Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, Affordable Care... [read post]
University of Georgia Law Professor Elizabeth Weeks Leonard has a forthcoming article in the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology. [read post]
15 Aug 2009, 3:27 pm
Close to a third of state constitutions include a reference to health, yet as Professor Elizabeth Weeks Leonard of University of Kansas observes, there is little scholarly attention paid to health and health care under state constitutions. [read post]
9 Mar 2012, 4:47 am by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia Law School, participated in the 15th Annual Journal of Constitutional Law Symposium at Penn Law, FDR and Obama: Are there Constitutional Law Lessons from the New Deal... [read post]
16 Aug 2012, 2:56 am by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Here’s one piece sure to make an impact: Nicole Huberfeld, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, and Kevin Outterson on “Medicaid and Coercion in... [read post]
18 Mar 2014, 1:06 pm by N Huberfeld
This special issue includes articles from Brietta Clark, Mary Crossley, John Jacobi, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard,... [read post]
30 Nov 2012, 4:00 am by Michael Froomkin
Today we inaugurate a new Jotwell section on Health Law, edited by Associate Dean Kathleen Boozang of Seton Hall Law and Professor Elizabeth Weeks Leonard of The University of Georgia School of Law. [read post]
27 Jul 2017, 3:30 am by Jacqueline Fox
Roberts & Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, What Is (and Isn’t) Healthism, 50 Ga. [read post]
5 Sep 2017, 3:30 am by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard Nudging Health: Health Law and Behavioral Economics is essential reading for anyone interesting in moving the health reform ball forward. [read post]
2 Aug 2018, 3:30 am by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard For my Jot this month, I chose a book that is somewhat outside of the typical academic genre, but, for reasons that I will explain, nonetheless worthy of attention by health law scholars. [read post]
15 Apr 2013, 9:44 am by Jack McNeill
Affordable Care Act Leonard, Elizabeth Weeks, Susan Scholz and Raquel Meyer Alexander. [read post]
17 Oct 2016, 3:30 am by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard I recently received a call from my university’s general counsel’s office, looking for health law advice about patient no-shows at a campus community health clinic. [read post]
22 Jul 2015, 3:30 am by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard Jessica Clarke’s insightful forthcoming Yale Law Journal article, Against Immutability will be of particular interest to those of us writing and thinking about disability, obesity, equal protection, and discrimination. [read post]
7 Nov 2014, 3:30 am by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard
Elizabeth Weeks Leonard For this Jot, I wanted to review recent or forthcoming scholarship on the bombshell D.C. [read post]
21 Dec 2017, 9:30 pm by Sarah Madigan
Roberts, associate professor at The University of Houston Law Center, and Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, professor at the University of Georgia School of Law, discussed the discrimination and stigma around individuals perceived as being unhealthy—such as smokers and the obese. [read post]