Symposium 2014: Healthcare In the Balance: Balancing Competing Interests in Modern Health Law
Amy L. Moore, The Due Process Conundrum: Using Mathews v. Eldridge as a Standard for Private Hospitals Under the Health Care Quality Improvement Act.
Joshua E. Perry, For Patients and Profits: Ethical Astuteness and the Business of Dialysis.
Lori Shealy Unumb, Legislating Autism Coverage: The Conservative Insurance Mandate.
Gary Montle, Ryan Levy, and Margaret Rowland, Our Patient System and Health Care Information Technology: Valuable Incentive or Impediment to Innovation?
John D. Blum, Restoring the Parameters of Public Health in a Time of Hobby Lobby and Ebola: The Case for a Wellness Account.
Katherine H. Blankenship, The Great Tactician: The Chief Justice, Obamacare, and Walking the Tightrope of Partisan Politics.
John Fahner, Free Conscience in Decline: The Insignificance of the Free Exercise Clause and the Role of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the Wake of Hobby Lobby.
Chandler Farmer, Striking a Balance: A Proposed Amendment to the Federal Rules of Evidence Excluding Partial Apologies.
Jennifer S. White, Gestational Surrogacy Contracts: Freedom of Contract Concerns & Feminist Principles in the Balance.