There are a number of opportunities for students interested in health law to pursue this interest either through the Health Law Certificate Program or apart from it. They include the following:
- Health Law Transactional Competition
- PBI Health Law Institute
- Ameriican Society of Law Medicine & Ethics: Law & Public Health Meeting
- Salk Fellowship (offered by the Jewish Healthcare Foundation)
- Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Semester in DC
Students in the Health Law Certificate Program may satisfy the program’s skills requirement by participating in Pitt Law’s Semester in DC Program if your externship placement is in health law, and the paper written for the seminar portion of the Semester in DC will satisfy the upper-level writing requirement for the Health Law Certificate Program if written on a topic in health law and approved by the Program Director.