Congratulations to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Health Law faculty on their accomplishments! From virtual presentations, the New York Times, the news, and more, our faculty have been very engaged in the Health Law field!
Date Range: January 1st, 2022 to January 31st, 2022
PANEL: 1/11/2022 “Reproductive Rights & Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health”
Professors Laura Hermer, Mike Steenson, and Joanna Woolman were panelists on the “Reproductive Rights & Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health” discussion sponsored by the Mitchell Hamline Law Review, on January 11, 2022.
INVITATION: 1/15/2022 St. Louis University School of Law’s Center for Health Law Studies
Professor Laura Hermer was invited to teach for a semester at St. Louis University School of Law’s Center for Health Law Studies in 2023.
MEDIA: 1/6/2022 ThinkTech Hawaii
Professor David Allen Larson was a guest on the January 6, 2022 ThinkTech Hawaii videocast, “Navigating 2022 Issues and Choices. ” Professor Larson was joined in the discussion by Jeffrey Portnoy of Cades Schutte LLP and insurance executive, mediator, and arbitrator Rebekah Ratliff.
APPOINTMENT: 1/15/2022 ICC Disability Inclusion in International Arbitration Task Force
Professor David Allen Larson was appointed to the 25-member International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Disability Inclusion in International Arbitration Task Force.
MEDIA: 1/20/2022 ThinkTech Hawaii
Professor David Allen Larson was a guest on the January 20 ThinkTech Hawaii videocast, “MLK and 2022 Issues.”
Professor Larson was joined in the discussion by William & Mary Visiting Professor Ben Davis, University of Dayton Professor of Law Emeritus Vernellia Randall, and Tina Patterson – Rhode Island American Indian Heritage Commission.
INVITATION: 1/29/2022 “Conference 0.6: Emerging Judicial Trends in Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Resolution”
Professor David Allen Larson has been invited to be a guest speaker at “Conference 0.6: Emerging Judicial Trends in Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Resolution” hosted by SK Associates & Group, Hyderabad, India on February 15-17, 2022.
PRESENTATION: 1/13/2022 “Why and How Your Living Will & Health Care Directive May Fail You”
Professor Thaddeus Pope presented “Why and How Your Living Will & Health Care Directive May Fail You,” an American Bar Association Senior Lawyers Division CLE on January 13, 2022.
APPOINTMENT: 1/15/2022 Society of Critical Care Medicine
Professor Thaddeus Pope was appointed a Legal Consultant to the Society of Critical Care Medicine, Pediatric Taskforce on Contestation of Brain Death Toolkit.
PUBLICATION: 1/15/2022 Neurology
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article, “Revise the UDDA to Align the Law with Practice through NeuroRespiratory Criteria” was published in volume 98 of Neurology (2022). The article was co-authored with Adam Omelianchuk, James Bernat, Art Caplan, David Greer, Christos Lazaridis, Ariane Lewis, Lainie Friedman Ross, and David Magnus.
MEDIA: 1/21/2022 New York Times
Professor Thaddeus Pope was quoted in the January 21, 2022 New York Times article, “Court Battle Over a Ventilator Takes a Patient From Minnesota to Texas.”
PRESENTATION: 1/27/2022 “Assisted Dying in the United States”
Professor Thaddeus Pope presented “Assisted Dying in the United States” to Dying with Dignity Canada on January 27, 2022.
PRESENTATION: 1/28/2022 “Medical Aid in Dying in Minnesota”
Professor Thaddeus Pope presented “Medical Aid in Dying in Minnesota” at the University of Minnesota Center for Bioethics on January 28, 2022.
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PUBLICATION: 1/5/2022 “Biden must keep his promise to restore the asylum system”
Professor Ana Pottratz Acosta’s opinion column, “Biden must keep his promise to restore the asylum system” was published in the January 5, 2022 edition of MinnPost.