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Teaching Health Law: A Health Law Practice Workshop: Bridging Externship Placements and the Classroom

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 January 2021

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Copyright © American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2009

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During the first few years the course was offered, I co-taught it with my colleague, Karen Rothenberg. Then, for several years, I taught the course alone. More recently, I have co-taught the course with one of our health law program coordinators or the coordinator has taught the course alone. Our program coordinators have all been law school graduates with experience practicing law (often health law) in different settings.Google Scholar
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