Public Health Law Map - Beta 5.7
Using the Public Health Law Map Introduction to Public Health Law Organization of the Legal System Tort Claims against Private Parties Claims against the Government Criminal Law The Litigation Process Administrative Law Primer Working With Lawyers The Physician–Patient Relationship Consent to Medical Treatment Medical Privacy Medical Records Team Care and Managed Care Peer Review and Deselection Public Health and Communicable Disease Control Environmental Health Family Planning, Adoption, and Surrogacy Obstetrics Occupational Medicine and Disability Law Institutional Medicine Glossary
The Public Health Law Map is an ongoing project to bring public health law information to public health practitioners, their lawyers, and students of public health, and the general public. It is being done as an online resource so that it can be updated and to make as widely available as possible. It is not a substitute for legal advice, and since state law varies, it is not a specific guide for any state. For information on how to use the Map, see:
As the Public Health Law Map evolves, the URLS for some pages may change, but every effort will be made to keep them static so that links will be good through time. Since there will be many changes while the Map is in the Beta stage, please link only to the home page:
Once the development period is over, links to subtopic pages should be stable.
Edward P. Richards
Director, Program in Law, Science, and Public Health
Harvey A. Peltier Professor of Law
Louisiana State University Law Center
richards@lsu.edu
For more information, see: