Helping states implement the vast programmatic changes due to the Affordable Care Act.
Influencing legislation to help break the vicious cycle of addiction.
Identifying how the law should change with advances in health technology.
Collaborating with key stakeholders on the FDA regulation of probiotics.
The program’s interprofessional and practical approach exposes health law students directly to the industry and breaks down the barriers between what lawyers do and what health professionals do, all with the goal of creating a better health care system.
Maryland Carey Law’s Health Law Program benefits from the scholarship and opportunities provided by the University of Maryland’s Baltimore campus, from its Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy and Social Work, as well as the law school’s proximity to leading state and federal government health care agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health.
"The Law and Health Care Program's number one ranking recognizes the wide-reaching and interprofessional approach to teaching health law that is critical in today's evolving health care environment," said University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), President Jay A. Perman, MD. Read the full story »
In addition to a U.S. News number one ranking in health care law, UM Carey Law earned national recognition for its work in environmental, clinical and public interest law, its part-time evening program and the opportunities for practical experience it offers students.
Learn more about the Law & Health Care Program's current initiatives and commitment to excellence in an interview with Diane Hoffmann, professor of law and the programís director
Learn more about the Law & Health Care Program from the faculty, current students, and alumni.
Want to be part of the future of health care? Contact admissions today to learn more about the program and to apply.