Loyola University Chicago

Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

School of Law


  • American Medical Association LLM Fellowship Opportunity

    The American Medical Association (AMA) and the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law have renewed the AMA Health Law Fellowship Program for the 2018-19 school year.
  • Loyola Wins Transactional Health Law Competition

    Loyola students placed first out of 20 teams from 18 law schools across the country at the 7th annual L. Edward Bryant Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition.
  • Life Science scholars gather for Wiet Conference

    Thanks to the generous support of Loyola law alumnus Mitch Wiet (JD ’65), Loyola’s Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy hosted its inaugural Wiet Life Science Law Scholars Conference on Friday, October 13, at the School of Law.
  • ‘Inside Compliance’ Blog Debuts New Authors, New Look

    Loyola’s Journal of Regulatory Compliance launched last year at the first annual symposium of the Center for Compliance Studies. Since then, members of the Journal have been hard at work not just editing and preparing a new issue for publication, but also building something unique among law journals—a blog to showcase members’ writing and commentary on regulatory compliance.

    Kate Mitchell joins Loyola’s Health Justice Project

    Loyola names new director of its nationally recognized medical-legal partnership clinic.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Profile

    Meet MJ in Health Law Student April Nettleton

    April works in compliance and was looking for a program that allowed her to balance her goals to obtain a legal education with her busy work and family schedule. Learn more about her experience and her tips for new students in the MJ program.
  • Ninth Annual Symposium on Health Law and Policy

    On Friday, November 13th, the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy and Annals of Health Law will be hosting its Ninth Annual Symposium titled “Consolidation and its Impact on Quality, Accessibility and Cost of Care.” Join us in-person or online to listen and learn from health care executives including the CEO of Ascension Health, Vice President at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Senior Director of Managed Care for Brookdale Senior Living, as well as leading policy analysts and academics.
  • 2015 Compliance Trends Survey Report

    Deloitte and Compliance Week recently published the 2015 Compliance Trends Survey report, which surveyed chief compliance officers (CCOs) across Corporate America on three questions: 1) Do compliance executives have the appropriate authority and resources to do their jobs?; 2) Are compliance executives assessing the right risks in the right way?; and 3) How do compliance executives use technology to tame the challenges they face?
  • Access to Health Care Students Travel to McAllen, Texas

    In an eye-opening experience students in Loyola’s “Access to Health Care” course experienced first-hand the difficulty and complexity of obtaining proper medical care in the Rio Grande Valley. The course offered at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and taught by Prof. Larry Singer examines a different healthcare issue each year and concludes with a field study spring break trip.
  • Congratulations to The Beazley Institute's Health Justice Project

    The Beazley Institute’s Health Justice Project was selected by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership to receive the 2015 Outstanding Medical-Legal Partnership Award.
  • Compliance and Health Care Named in Hottest Alternative Legal Careers

    The February issue of The National Jurist features the “10 Hottest Alternative Legal Careers.” The first on the list is regulatory compliance and health care ranks third. Loyola University Chicago School of Law offers students a unique opportunity to prepare for careers in compliance and health care. Explore our degrees and concentrations here.
  • Cross-Border Health Care: The Movement of Patients, Providers, and Diseases

    Loyola University of Chicago International Law Review and the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy are pleased to host the symposium, “Cross-Border Health Care: The Movement of Patients, Providers, and Diseases.”
  • Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy Ranked #1 Health Law Program

    Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy was recently ranked the #1 health law program in the country by Law Street.
  • National Compliance Expert Joins Beazley Institute

    Loyola University Chicago School of Law is pleased to announce that Ryan Meade has joined the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy as Director of Regulatory Compliance Studies.
  • Profile

    Serj Mooradian

    “Studying health law has been one of the best experiences of my time in law school,” says Serj Mooradian (3L).
  • Loyola Student Accepted to Yale Summer Institute in Bioethics

    Sumaya Noush, a first-year student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, was recently chosen to participate in Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics summer program.
  • Hot Off the Press: Careers in Health Law

    Professor Larry Singer, Megan Bess, and Kristin Finn, have written a new book, Careers in Health Law, a valuable new guide for students and practitioners interested in the expansive field of health law.
  • Loyola Team Placed First
    out of 20 Teams at
    Transactional Competition

    Loyola health law students, Erica Cribbs, Jenna Fagerman and Robert Hogan, placed first out of 20 teams from 15 schools across the country at the 5th annual L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition, held at Loyola University Chicago School of Law on March 20th.