Professor Christina S. Ho publishes article proposing how Congress could legislate a right to health

January 12, 2020.  Professor Ho’s article, published in Seton Hall Law Review, sidesteps the argument that we cannot claim a right to health in the U.S. because it is a costly affirmative right. The article proposes a negative right to health in the form of Health Impact Assessments. Ho, Christina, Legislating A Negative Right to … Continue reading Professor Christina S. Ho publishes article proposing how Congress could legislate a right to health

Professor Steve Gold publishes book chapter: “Changing the Focus of Scientific Uncertainty

January 1, 2020.  In June, 2018, Professor Gold participated in an international conference, sponsored by McGill University and Leval University, held at Lake Sacacomie, Quebec, Canada. The paper he presented at that conference, Changing the Focus of Scientific Uncertainty, will be included in a book collecting the conference papers, Concilier la Securite des Produits et … Continue reading Professor Steve Gold publishes book chapter: “Changing the Focus of Scientific Uncertainty

Professor David Noll’s “MDL as Public Administration” Published in Michigan Law Review

December 14, 2019.  Multidistrict litigation (MDL) has become the preeminent forum for devising solutions to the most difficult problems and Professor Noll conceptualizes MDL as a form of public administration and argues that MDL’s long-term legitimacy depends on it incorporating guarantees of transparency, participation, and ex post review that characterize the modern administrative process.  https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol118/iss3/3