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Brown quoted in national media about Trump COVID-19 diagnosis

How much private health information should President Donald Trump disclose to the public in the wake of his recent COVID-19 diagnosis? That question is being heavily debated —as the nation grapples with how to balance the boundaries of health privacy with the public’s need to know about the fitness of its leaders. University of Utah […]

Francis and Brown participate in Addictions Update Conference

Leslie Francis and Teneille Brown, both law professors at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, were participants at the recent Addictions Update Conference sponsored earlier this month by the U’s School of Medicine. The event was co-sponsored by the U’s Department of Psychiatry, the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health […]

Brown and Francis participate in panel discussion on problems in medical device industry

The Utah Film Center recently hosted a screening of the documentary The Bleeding Edge, which explores problems in the medical device industry. Following the documentary, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professors Leslie Francis and Teneille Brown spoke on a panel to discuss the film and how the $400 billion medical device industry […]

U law students explore curbing opioid addiction through the lens of regulatory issues in new course

By Melinda Rogers When University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Teneille Brown presented research related to opioid addiction and legal issues to a group of county commissioners last fall, the atmosphere in the room could be summed up in one word: Desperate. PHOTO CREDIT: University of Utah U professor Teneille Brown “You could see the […]

Brown quoted in The Salt Lake Tribune about the future of Roe v. Wade

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Teneille Brown appeared in The Salt Lake Tribune recently to discuss the future of Roe v. Wade as discussion around the make-up of the U.S. Supreme Court continues in the wake of the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy. Read the full story here.

Media corner: University of Utah law professor available to comment about SCOTUS decision on NIFLA v. Becerra related to free speech and abortion

U.S. Supreme Court decision season continues, with several highly anticipated opinions still on deck for release in coming days. Among the decisions still undecided is NIFLA v. Becerra, a case that involves a crisis pregnancy center challenging a California law that requires the center to post a notice that they are not licensed doctors, and […]

Brown appears on “Top of Mind” to discuss patient consent laws in wake of nurse arrest

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Teneille Brown appeared on the “Top of Mind” radio show to discuss issues related to patient consent in the wake of the recent arrest of a nurse at University Hospital. Listen to the interview here. 

Brown to speak on military enhancement and bioethics at Leonardo event

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Teneille Brown will be speaking at The Leonardo on Friday, Mar. 3 in a conversation about military and biomedical innovation. See the event website here »

2017 Law and Biomedicine Colloquium – Teneille Brown

3:05 – 5:05 p.m., S.J. Quinney College of Law, Room 4609 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 […]

Brown comments on release of presidential candidates’ health records

In the September 14, 2016 issue of the Deseret News, S.J. Quinny College of Law Professor Tensile Brown discussed the history of presidential candidates releasing their health information in a story titled, “Poll: Utahns want to know more about presidential candidates’ health.” “There’s really a rich history of presidents not disclosing everything about their health. […]