Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

The Journal of Health Care Law & Policy (JHCLP) provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of leading issues in the health law and health policy fields. The JHCLP is written by legal scholars, health law attorneys, policy makers, academics in medicine and related fields and law students, and will complement the philosophy of the Law & Health Care Program by addressing topics of national interest on emerging medical, health policy, and law-related issues. Members of the editorial board may earn one or more semester-hour credits. Allocation of credits:

Total Number of CreditsAllocation of Credits/Semester

51/semester (102/year)

Two issues/year

Up to 20 Editors and 20 staff members

Editor-in-Chief - 2
Managing Editor - 2
Executive Editor - 2
Senior Articles Editor - 2
Assist. Managing Eds (2) - 1
Notes & Comments (2) - 1
Articles Editors (5) - 1
Associate Editors (6) - 1
Staff Members (20) - 1

An increase in the total number of credits allocated to a co-curricular organization requires Curriculum Committee approval. An internal reallocation of credits requires the involvement and approval of the organization’s faculty advisor. The approval of the faculty advisor is also required for any proposed reallocation of credits that involves an increase in the total number of staff members.

Key to Codes in Course Descriptions
P: Prerequisite
C: Prerequisite or Concurrent Requirement
R: Recommended Prior or Concurrent Course