Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 2:30 to 3:20 pm
There is no casebook or textbook for this course. All readings will be posted on the TWEN website for this course or distributed by the professor. Students who are registered for this course will be automatically added to the TWEN class website, and will have access upon logging onto Westlaw at least one week before the first week of class. If you are registered in the course and are not able to access the website, please contact Mark Cygnet firstname.lastname@example.org (the Westlaw representative) or the professor. If you are hoping to add the course, please contact the professor for copies of the readings.
The assignment for the first day of class, August 21, 2012, is to read the materials posted on the TWEN website as Week 1 Readings, Parts 1, 2 and 3. There are four short excerpts on: (1) Health Law: What are its Parameters and Is it a Coherent Field? and four pieces on (2) The Modern Relationship of Science and Health Care: Some Initial Thoughts.
Please see the syllabus posted on the TWEN website.
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