How Can the LLM in Health Law and Policy Help Advance My Career?
Earning your Master of Laws in Health Law and Policy offers extensive opportunities to work with a diversity of clients. As a lawyer who specializes in health law, you could take on the role of in-house counsel. You could also be an external consultant who provides advice to hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, health insurance organizations, long-term care facilities, rehabilitation centers, residential living facilities and home care agencies, as well as representing physicians and patients.
Since the health care system is such a complicated network, a day in the life of a lawyer who specializes in health law could focus on a number of different legal practice areas:
- Medical Malpractice
- Tax and Nonprofit
- Quality of Care
- General Corporate
- Real Estate
- Elder Law
- Clinical Trials
- Fraud and Abuse
- Health Information Technology
- Health Insurance and Regulation
- Medical Records
- Employment and Labor Law
- Workers’ Compensation
- Corporate Compliance
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