Monday, March 24, 2014
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Winning posts from the Law School Legal Scholar Program can be found here.
The Wolters Kluwer Health Law Legal Scholar program is beginning its second contest allowing current law students to compete for the chance to have their work published. Wolters Kluwer will accept blog post submissions through Friday, April 18, 2014.
One post per category may be submitted by any student currently enrolled in an ABA accredited law school. Categories for submission are:
- Health care reform;
- Food, drugs, devices, or biologics; and
- Tricare or Veterans health programs.
Depending on the number of entries, one to two winners per category will be selected and published by Wolters Kluwer on their Wolters Kluwer Law and Health blog and website. The website, which averages over 9,000 monthly views, is read by leading law firms, health care systems and government agencies including individuals at the Department of Health and Human Services, the US Senate and the US House of Representatives.
Monday, October 28, 2013
Readers sometimes send emails to us, rather than adding comments to an individual post. That's great, of course. We welcome all forms of communication about the contents of the blog, especially ideas, topics, links to new academic articles or presentations, or news items.
Also, for those readers who may be new to this website, when Kim, Becky or I write a "post" we can (and usually do) open the post for "Comments." Readers can add a Comment to the individual post. We review Comments before releasing them for publication. Thus, there will often be a small delay before a comment is made public. A couple of readers have mentioned to me problems with the "Comment" function. I know it can be frustrating to type something twice. One option is to type the comment first in Word, and then cut and paste that into the "Comment window." Thus, if something goes awry the first time, you at least don't have to retype.
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