HealthLawProf Blog

Editor: Katharine Van Tassel
Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Legal Challenges Underlying COVID-19 Vaccinations

James G. Hodge (Arizona State University), Jennifer L. Piatt (Arizona State University), Leila Barraza (University of Arizona), Rebecca Freed (Arizona State University), Summer Ghaith (Arizona State University), Nora Wells (Arizona State University), Legal Challenges Underlying COVID-19 Vaccinations, J. L. Med. & Ethics (forthcoming 2021):

Immunizing hundreds of millions against COVID-19 through the most extensive national vaccine roll-out ever undertaken in the United States has generated significant law and policy challenges. Beyond initial controversies in the development and FDA authorization of the vaccines, multiple issues pervade their real-time allocation and administration. This commentary briefly examines premier law and policy issues shaping the COVID-19 national vaccination campaign.

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