This LibGuide is designed for use by law students in a Health Law Seminar course.
Health law in the United States is made by statutes, regulations, executive orders, and case law -- at the federal level, and in all 50 states. Federal and state administrative agencies play a large role in the development and delivery of health care services. Challenges to health laws can invoke federal or state constitutions, statutes and regulations, and common law. Researching foreign and international health law involves additional legal sources.
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Each of the "Big Three" online legal resources includes specialized materials on health law.
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