Students interested in health law may earn academic credit by working for health care institutions or government agencies that deal with health care issues. Students spend 10 or more hours per week during the semester working under the supervision of lawyers specializing in health law. Placements have included the Maryland Board of Physician Quality Assurance, the Food and Drug Administration, Helix Health System, National Health Law Program, University of Maryland Medical System, National Institutes of Health, MedStar Health, Maryland Office of the Attorney General, Johns Hopkins Health System, and state and federal legislative offices. Students must register for the Practicum in the semester (or summer session) in which the Practicum work will be done. Grading is on a Credit/No Credit basis.
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Last offered Spring 2014.