The Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy is published twice a year by the Center for Health Law Studies and a student editorial board. The Journal features articles that provide in-depth analysis of topical and developing issues in health law and policy. One issue each year is devoted to the publication of the proceedings of the Center for Health Law Studies' annual symposium. The second issue is devoted to coverage of emerging issues within health law and policy. Students and faculty at the Center solicit and review articles submitted for publication. The editorial board also maintains the Journal website which features podcasts of the Center’s Distinguished Speaker Series, special events and annual symposium, and other information about the Journal.
Archives: (online) ISSN 1941-4153
Health Law Student Association
The Saint Louis University Health Law Association (HLA) has been in existence since 1979 and is one of the largest student groups at SLU LAW. Members take part in philanthropic causes and get involved in the school and community to help fulfill the organization's goals. Learn more about HLA.
Moot Court Competitions
National Health Law Moot Court
National Health Law Transactional Competition
Health Law Regulatory and Complinace Competition
This innovative class, taught in two sections, engages students in the advocacy process. Part one of the class, held in the fall semester, focuses on community engagement advocacy. Students collect stories and give presentations to help educate the public on the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and other issues. In its first year, students collected close to 150 stories of ordinary Missourians’ experience with accessing health care. Part two focuses on the legislative/policy side of the grassroots movement, sending students to Jefferson City, Missouri, for lobby days and providing opportunities to testify at legislative and administrative hearings as well as preparing witnesses to testify. Read more about this unique opportunity for SLU LAW health law students.