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BioLaw and Health Policy Society

 

Stanford BioLaw and Health Policy Society is comprised of students from Stanford’s Law School, Medical School, Graduate School of Business and graduate programs related to the biosciences.   The organization was founded in 2002 with the primary goal of promoting discourse on the myriad legal and policy issues surrounding biotechnology, healthcare, mental health, biomedical research and bioethics.  A secondary goal is to inform the student body at Stanford about career opportunities at the interface of biosciences and the law, and provide networking opportunities with professionals in these fields.  BioLaw also seeks to support students in effecting change in current health and bioscience policy. 

 

To achieve these goals, BioLaw sponsors a lunch speaker series, organizes networking events for students from different departments at Stanford, and encourages its members to participate in the Center for Law and Biosciences Journal Club.  BioLaw speakers have varied backgrounds, and include attorneys at Silicon Valley law firms, in-house counsel at biotechnology companies, biotechnology entrepreneurs, faculty members from Stanford and other universities in the Bay Area, as well as scientific researchers.  BioLaw members also have the opportunity to attend Journal Club meetings hosted by the Center for Law and the Biosciences.

 

To learn about upcoming events, visit the Stanford Law School calendar, at http://www.law.stanford.edu/calendar/, and search for “BioLaw.”

 

BioLaw receives its funding from the Office of Student Affairs at Stanford Law School.

 

Contact Us

For more information contact:
Jie Wang (jw176 at stanford dot edu) or
Armanda Rubin (ajrubin at stanford dot edu)

 

 

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