Wednesday, September 19, 2007
My apologies for not posting these events sooner. If you are in New York or Chicago tomorrow, you have a wonderful opportunity to attend an interesting and educational health law event.
DePaul University College of Law, its Health Law Institute, Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Tehcnology Center for Public Interest Law and International Human Rights Law Institute and Doctors without Borders, present "Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in the Developing World."
The program runs from 3-5pm tomorrow at the DePaul Center Room 8805, One East Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. More information is available here.
Brooklyn Law School and its Center for Health, Science and Public Policy and the ABA Antitrust Section Committee on Health Care and Pharmaceuticals present, "Balancing Competition and Goverment Allocation of Health Care Resources: The Berger Commission Report."
The program runs from 9am-12:3pm, at Brooklyn Law School, Subotnick Center 250 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, New York. More information is available here.