HEALTH LAW CERTIFICATE
Memphis Law students can take advantage of the robust healthcare industry in the Mid-South through the School of Law's Health Law certificate program. This program offers a wide selection of courses intended to give students specialized knowledge of the healthcare field, as well as the complex policy areas surrounding the industry.
For more information about the Health Law Certificate, please contact Professor Amy Campbell.
Certificate requirements are available on the Certificate Comparison Chart here.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the substantive and procedural law related to the health care system;
- Students will compose a substantial written work on health law, generally through a law review note or seminar paper on a health law topic;
- Students will employ legal analysis, reasoning, and problem-solving relevant to health care matters in an experiential setting, generally through a health law practicum, externship, or clinic; and
- Students will demonstrate an ability to engage with legal concepts on a policy level and understand the place of law within society and the health care system.
How to Enroll
A student enrolls by submitting the Certificate Declaration Form. After you submit the form, you will receive a confirmation email providing next steps for enrollment.