Students enrolled in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation participate in a broad range of national and state law and policy initiatives that will increase access to quality, comprehensive health care for poor and low-income individuals and families—especially those living with chronic medical conditions.
Find out more about the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation here.
Students wishing to enroll in this clinic must enroll in the Health, Disability and Estate Planning: Law and Policy Clinical Workshop A (fall) or B (spring). The workshop brings together students who are working in direct services clinics (Disability Law and Estate and Permanency Planning Law) and the Health Law and Policy clinic. The workshop explores the important links between legislative and regulatory policy making and implementation, on one hand, and the complex on-the-ground consequences of those policies as they relate to individual client representation, on the other.
For more information, contact Clinical Professor Robert Greenwald at email@example.com, (617) 390-2584.
The center's portfolio also includes the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, focusing on laws and policies to maximize access to nutritious food for poor and low-income individuals and families, and to maximize small farmers' access to the food market.
Find out more about the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic here.