Loyola University Chicago

Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

School of Law


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  • Professor Emily Benfer Quoted on Lead Poisoning in HUD Housing

    Emily Benfer was recently quoted in an article highlighting the widespread dangerous levels of lead in US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) subsidized housing in Chicago and across the country.
  • Loyola wins Health Law Transactional Competition

    Loyola students placed first out of 21 teams from 15 law schools across the country at the 6th annual L. Edward Bryant Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition, held at the Philip H. Corboy Law Center in March. Third-year Loyola students, Mary Buckley, Dino Petrovic, and Michael French, (pictured above with coach April Schweitzer, far left) were competition champions and won the Best Memorandum award.
  • Health Law Student & Alumni Cocktail Reception Was a Success

    On March 30, 2016, The Beazley Institute held a cocktail reception for health law students and alumni to celebrate the health law program and provide an opportunity for networking and reconnecting. Over 60 students and alumni attended the event.
  • Sheriff Dart and Warden Jones Tapia Discuss Mental Health Care Efforts at the Cook County Jail

    The Beazley Institute was honored to host Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and Dr. Nneka Jones Tapia, Warden of Cook County Jail. Both spoke to Loyola’s Access to Health Care students on the legal and policy issues surrounding mental health care in Cook County’s criminal justice system.