An event every week that begins at 3:10pm on Wednesday, repeating until February 27, 2019
The Law and Biomedicine Colloquium brings together scholars, practitioners in our community, law students, and law faculty for seminar-style discussion of complex and controversial topics in the field. We are excited to be welcoming four distinguished scholars from other law schools in the region, as well as leaders in legal practice in law and the biosciences. Registered students at the College of Law will receive one hour of credit for participating in the colloquium; other interested participants are welcome to join us. A small reception with light refreshments will be held after each session. Visit the Center’s webpage to learn more about the Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences.
February 27 – Marc Rinehart, Director, Conflict of Interest Office, University of Utah
January 9 – Medicalization and the New Civil Rights.
Craig Konnoth, Associate Professor of Law, University of Colorado Boulder Law School
January 16 – Disaggregating Disasters
Lisa Grow Sun, Professor of Law, Brigham Young University Law School
January 23 – The Problem of Disclosing Medical Errors in the CANDOR Program
Anne Armstrong, General Counsel Intermountain Healthcare
January 30 – The Pick-and-Shovel Play: Bioethics of Gene-Editing Vector Patents
Jacob S. Sherkow, Professor of Law, New York Law School
February 6 –
Scott Smith, Associate General Counsel, University of Utah
February 13 –
Barbara Evans, Mary Ann & Lawrence E. Faust Professor of Law, University of Houston Law Center
February 20 – Dead Letters and Stem Cell Markets: Can Consumer Protection Law Combat the Challenge of Unproven Stem Cells
Ubaka Ogbogu, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Alberta
February 27 –
Marc Rinehart, Director, Conflict of Interest Office, University of Utah
Paid parking is available at the Rice-Eccles Stadium using the pay-by-phone app. We encourage you to use public transportation to our events. Take TRAX University line to the Stadium stop and walk a half block north. For other public transit options use UTA’s Trip Planner. The law school is on the Red Route for the University’s free campus shuttles (College of Law stop).