WSJ on Health Law Jobs

By Christopher Robertson

The Wall Street Journal has a new article this week celebrating the flood of new jobs for lawyers created by the Affordable Care Act.  The WSJ article rattles off a dozen or so examples of legal questions that arise from the new legislation and litigation, providing lots of fodder for a health law class.  This comes after a provocative session at ASLME’s health law professors conference last week, discussing an effort by the American Health Lawyer’s Association to create a model law school curriculum, starting with a survey course and broadening into a range of courses that could constitute a “certificate program.”

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