The Center for Law & Biomedical Sciences (LABS) is continuing to have exciting years of growth. Now in our third year as an official center, we have five faculty pursuing a wide variety of research, innovative teaching, and service in the areas of bioethics, health law, health and human rights, disability, privacy, personalized medicine, and intellectual property law. We have twelve fully funded law student fellows; our students prepare preliminary patent applications for student inventors at the University, publish their own research and engage in research with faculty, participate in educational activities with medical students, and compete successfully for national funding and internship opportunities. We have recently sponsored conferences and colloquia on topics ranging from Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers (TRAP) laws, to precision medicine, to regulatory failures and the problems of opioid addiction. This upcoming year, we will be continuing to pursue our goals of bringing law faculty and law students together with others in the University and the larger national community to develop innovative ways of improving the law as it relates to health policy, medicine, life sciences, biotechnology and bioethics.