Important learning occurs outside the classroom, too. Loyola students have a myriad of choices in extra curricular activities in health law.
Most students interested in health law are active members of the Health Law Society. HLS is a student run organization aimed to introduce students to the field of health law. Law students, professors, professional administrators and attorneys collaborate to provide networking events, professional career panels, and health law activities for the Loyola health law community.
The Annals of Health Law journal is the official student run publication of the Beazley Institute. Each year the Annals publishes two issues of the journal. Annals members also publish an online publication, Advance Directive, which features student-authored articles.
EVENTS SPONSORED BY THE BEAZLEY INSTITUTE
Many of the continuing legal education programs sponsored by the Institute are open to students. Please visit our events page for more information on upcoming events.
MOOT COURT AND TRANSACTIONAL COMPETITION TEAMS
- L. Edward Bryant Jr., National Health Law Transactional Competition
The Beazley Institute hosts the L. Edward Bryant Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition each year. The competition seeks to expose health law students to transactional lawyering skills. Loyola University Chicago is eligible to enter two teams, each comprised of three JD students, in the competition each year. If you are interested in participating on a team please email email@example.com.
- National Health Law Moot Court Competition
Sponsored by the American College of Legal Medicine, the National Health Law Moot Court Competition focuses on timely issues relevant to both law and medicine. Among recent topics: patient dumping, and whether an emergency room physician's instructions to a paramedic to take a patient to a different hospital violated the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act; issues concerning asymptomatic HIV under Titles I and II of ERISA and the ADA. Each year Loyola sends 1 or 2 teams to the competition. Tryouts are held in the spring semester and are open to students only. Learn more about Loyola's moot court teams.
- Health Law & Regulatory Compliance Competition
Each year the University of Maryland hosts the Health Law & Regulatory Compliance Competition. This competition allows teams of JD students to analyze a fact pattern using federal health regulations, rules and agency documents. The competition is held each February. If you are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PART-TIME RESEARCH AND CLERICAL ASSISTANTSHIPS IN HEALTH LAW
Each year the Beazley Institute hires law students to work in the Institute office in clerical or research capacities. Email us at email@example.com to inquire about current opportunities.
STUDY HEALTH LAW HERE AND ABROAD
During school breaks, Loyola health law faculty often take groups of students to other parts of the country and the world to study other health care systems, access to health care and other health care policy issues. Visit the Law School's School of Law - Study Abroad page for more information.
WRITING CONTESTS IN HEALTH LAW
Each year Loyola health law students have to opportunity to compete against other law students in health law writing contests. Cash prizes or scholarships are usually awarded.
- American Bar Association Law Student Division Writing Contests
- Illinois Association of Health Care Attorneys Law Student Writing Competition (details are released each year by the Beazley Institute)