Tuesday, January 18, 2011
The Federal Courts Law Review at the Charleston School of Law is hosting a day-long symposium on Friday, January 28th, on "Healthcare Law in the Federal Courts." The symposium focuses on the recent health care reform act, namely, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Barry Furrow (Drexel) will be giving the key note address, assessing the economic implications of the Act. Brian Galle (Boston College) and James W. Ely, Jr. (Vanderbilt) will be addressing the constitutionality of the Act and the current litigation.
Registration is free for individuals who do not seek CLE credit. For those seeking CLE credit, the cost is $75.00. (The program is eligible for 6.15 CLE credits based on a 60 minute hour; no ethics credits).
If you are interested in attending the symposium, please contact FCLR Symposium Editor, Angel Heery at aoheery [at] charlestonlaw.edu to RSVP.