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1 CHARITY SCOTT, J.D., M.S.C.M Catherine C. Henson Professor of Law College of Law (Primary Appointment) Robinson College of Business, Institute of Health Administration (Secondary Appointment) Georgia State University P. O. Box 4037, Atlanta, GA (404) EDUCATION Kennesaw State University, M.S.C.M., 2009 (master of science in conflict management, Golden Key International Honor Society) Harvard Law School, J.D., 1979 (cum laude) Stanford University, A.B., 1973 (Phi Beta Kappa, graduated with distinction, honors in comparative literature) EMPLOYMENT/APPOINTMENTS present Catherine C. Henson Professor of Law, College of Law, Georgia State University 1987 present Professor of Law (1995 present); Associate Professor of Law ( ); Assistant Professor of Law ( ), College of Law, Georgia State University Founder and Director, Center for Law, Health & Society, College of Law, Georgia State University 2004 present Joint appointment as Professor, Institute of Health Administration, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University (secondary to primary appointment as Professor of Law in College of Law) Founder and Director, HeLP Legal Services Clinic, College of Law, Georgia State University Faculty Fellow in Medical Ethics, Emory University Center for Ethics Instructor, School of Business Administration, Emory University Attorney, Sumner & Hewes, Atlanta, Georgia Attorney, Venable, Baetjer & Howard, Baltimore, Maryland Editor and writer for various New York publishing firms TEACHING & INTERDISCIPLINARY ACTIVITIES Principal Teaching Areas: Health Law I (Quality and Access); Health Law (Financing and Delivery); Bioethics and the Law; Seminar on Medical Ethics and the Law; Torts; Negotiation Previous Courses Taught: Administrative Law, Antitrust Law, Business Associations, General Business Law Interdisciplinary Activities: -1-

2 Faculty Affiliate, Partnership for Urban Health Research, School of Public Health, Georgia State University (2004 present) Faculty Affiliate, Center for Leadership in Disability, School of Public Health, Georgia State University ( present) Guest Lecturer, various departmental units of Georgia State University (including health policy, public health, and psychology) (2001- present) Associate Faculty, Emory University Center for Ethics ( ) Faculty Fellow in Health Law, Emory University Center for Ethics, third-year medical student clinical ethics curriculum, with Emory ethics and medical faculty ( ). Guest Lecturer, medical ethics seminars for residents in the Emory University School of Medicine s department of obstetrics and gynecology, with other interdisciplinary faculty at Grady Memorial Hospital ( ). Guest Lecturer, Morehouse School of Medicine (series of annual classes with second-year medical students on topics in law, medicine, and medical ethics) ( ). Faculty Associate, Institute of Health Administration, College of Business Administration, Georgia State University (courses on health law to graduate business students in health administration) ( ). PUBLICATIONS: Journals, Book Chapters, and Book Reviews Ethics Consultations and Conflict Engagement in Health Care, 15 CARDOZO JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION 363 (2014). Collaborations with the Real World: Developing Skills and Values in Law Teaching, 9 INDIANA HEALTH LAW REVIEW 411 (2012). A Case Study in Collaborative Governance: Health Law Reform in Georgia, CONFLICT RESOLUTION QUARTERLY 28;4: (2011). Scott, Charity & Gerardi, Debra, A Strategic Approach for Managing Conflict in Hospitals: Responding to the Joint Commission Leadership Standard, Part 2, THE JOINT COMMISSION JOURNAL ON QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY 37;2:70-80 (2011). Scott, Charity & Gerardi, Debra, A Strategic Approach for Managing Conflict in Hospitals: Responding to the Joint Commission Leadership Standard, Part 1, THE JOINT COMMISSION JOURNAL ON QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY 37;2:59-69 (2011). Forward to the Symposium: Baby Doe at Twenty Five, 25 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 801 (2009). Doctors as Advocates, Lawyers as Healers, 29 HAMLINE J. PUB. LAW & POL Y (2008). Belief in a Just World: A Case Study in Public Health Ethics, 38 HASTINGS CENTER REPORT (Jan.-Feb. 2008). How Well Do We Engage Our Students?, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Winter 2007). The Professor s Viewpoint: Should We Say What We Think in the Classroom?, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Fall 2007). -2-

3 Forward to the Symposium: Therapeutic Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Health Care Settings, 21 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 797 (2005). Book Review, BIOETHICS MEDIATION: A GUIDE TO SHAPING SHARED SOLUTIONS, by Nancy N. Dubler and Carol B. Liebman (United Hospital Fund of New York, 2004), in Mediating Life and Death, 11DISPUTE RESOLUTION (Fall 2004). Book Review, JUDGING IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY: THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE COURTS, by Bruce J. Winick and David B. Wexler, eds. (Carolina Academic Press, Durham, North Carolina, 2003), in 25 JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE (Sept. 2004). Reprinted in Criminal Law: Cases, Materials, and Text, by Cynthia Lee and Angela Harris (West Publishing Co., 2005). Is Too Much Privacy Bad for Your Health? An Introduction to the Law, Ethics, and HIPAA Rule on Medical Privacy, 17 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (2000) (an earlier version of article prior to promulgation of the HIPAA rule was published in Privacy and Health Care, BIOMEDICAL ETHICS REVIEWS (ed. Humber and Almeder, 2001). Why Law Pervades Medicine: An Essay on Ethics in Health Care, 14 NOTRE DAME JOURNAL ON LAW, ETHICS, AND PUBLIC POLICY (2000). Reprinted in Bioethics and the Law, by Janet L. Dolgin and Lois L. Shepard (Aspen Publishers, 2005), at Facilitating Collusion: The Problem of Spillover Effects and Avoiding Facilitation of Collusion in Pre-Joint Venture Negotiations, contributing author to book chapters VI and VII of JOINT VENTURES IN HEALTH CARE: AN ANTITRUST ANALYSIS (Lerner & Ryland, editors) (American Bar Association, 2000). Antitrust Developments in the Health-Care Industry, co-authored book chapter in ANTITRUST LAW DEVELOPMENTS (4th edition) (American Bar Association, 1997) Update of Antitrust Developments in Health Care, single-authored book chapter for annual supplement in ANTITRUST LAW DEVELOPMENTS (3rd edition) (American Bar Association, 1995). Antitrust Risks of Sharing Information in the Health-Care Industry, single-authored book chapter published in ANTITRUST PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN A CHANGING HEALTH CARE SYSTEM (American Bar Association, 1994). Resisting the Temptation to Turn Medical Recommendations into Judicial Orders: A Reconsideration of Court-Ordered Surgery for Pregnant Women, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, vol. 10, no. 4, pp (1994). Book Review, STANDARD OF CARE: THE LAW OF AMERICAN BIOETHICS, by George J. Annas (Oxford Univ. Press, 1993), published in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, vol. 10, no. 6 (1994). Medical Peer Review, Antitrust, and the Effect of Statutory Reform, MARYLAND LAW REVIEW, vol. 50, no. 2, pp (1991). Caveat Vendor: Broker-Dealer Liability Under the Securities Exchange Act, 17 SECURITIES REGULATION LAW JOURNAL (1989). A Broker-Dealer's Civil Liability for Fraud: An Implied Private Right of Action Under Section 15(c)(1) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 63 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL (1988). -3-

4 SHORTER PUBLICATIONS (Op-ed pieces and other short writings) Invited essay for roundtable discussion, Building Global Health Team Excellence: Developing an Interprofessional Competency Domain, University of Maryland (Baltimore, October 2013) (unpublished, contribution to white paper developed by University of Maryland) Reply Letter, Catering to Blindness: A Closer Look at a Just World, 38 HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 4 (May-June 2008). The Private Bar: Partner for Healthy Communities, with Caley, Hetzler, Katz, and Spencer, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Winter 2007) (conference proceedings). Saying I m Sorry : The Role of Apology in Public Health, with Alberstein, Davidovitch, and Lombardo, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Fall 2007) (conference proceedings). The Problems and Promise in Legal Education For Promoting ADR in Health Care Settings, American Health Lawyers Association, Law Professor Guest Column at roblems_and_promise_in_legal_education.htm (Fall 2006), reprinted in Georgia Health Law Developments, Georgia State Bar Association, Health Law Section (January 2007). Plenary Program: Jacobson v. Massachusetts, with DeMaria, Gooodman, Hodge, Nahmias, Parmet, and Rees, 33 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Winter 2005) (conference proceedings). Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Using the Law to Improve the Public s Health, co-authored with Schma, W., Kverjic, D., Petrucci, C., 33 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 59 (Winter 2005) (conference proceedings). Op-ed Essay, "End-of-life Instructions Ease Loved Ones Burden," THE ATLANTA JOURNAL- CONSTITUTION (March 25, 2005). Interdisciplinary Contributions to Public Health Law, co-authored with Allan, Loue, Markel & Wasserman, 32 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (Winter 2004). Should Professors Profess in the Classroom?, LAW AND BIOETHICS REPORT (June 2003). A Tribute to Patricia Taber Morgan, 19 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW ix (Winter 2002). Op-Ed Essay, The Easy Way Out, THE ATLANTA J./ATLANTA CONSTIT., A9 (Jan. 21, 1997). Federal Agency Developments: Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice, GEORGIA HEALTH LAW DEVELOPMENTS, appearing in: vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring 1996); vol. 4, no. 1 (Spring 1995); vol. 3, no. 2, pp (Fall 1994); vol. 3, no. 1, pp (Spring 1994); vol. 2, no. 2, pp (Fall 1993); vol. 2, no. 1, pp (Spring 1993). Medical Peer Review and the Antitrust Laws, GEORGIA HEALTH LAW DEVELOPMENTS, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 3-7 (Fall 1992). HCQIA s Grant of Immunity: Panacea or Pandora s Box, HOSPITAL LAW NEWSLETTER, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 1-7 (January 1992). Justices Widen Sherman Act s Application to Hospital Policy, THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, vol. 14, no. 3, p (September 23, 1991). A New Look at an Old Section of the Securities Exchange Act, THE NATIONAL LAW -4-

5 JOURNAL, vol. 10, no. 51, p (August 29, 1988). PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Reflections on the Future of Public Health Law Education, Symposium in Honor of Wendy Parmet: The Future of Public Health Law, University of Michigan School of Public Health (Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 2015) Improving Patient Care by Engaging Effectively with Conflict, Ethics Grand Rounds, Emory University Hospital (Atlanta, April 2015) Designing Public Health Law Education to Better Prepare the 21 st -Century Workforce, American Public Health Association, 142nd Annual Meeting (New Orleans, Nov. 2014) Ethics Consultations and Conflict Engagement in Health Care, Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop, Quinnipiac University School of Law, Center on Dispute Resolution (North Haven, CT, October 2014) Law, Public Health, and the Diabetes Epidemic, 2014 Public Health Law Conference, cosponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Atlanta, October 2014) Innovations in Teaching Public Health Law to the Next Generation of Legal and Public Health Professionals, 2014 Public Health Law Conference, co-sponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Atlanta, October 2014) Law, Ethics, and Politics in Reproductive Rights, Emory University School of Medicine (August 2014; August 2013; August 2012; August 2011; August 2010). Lead Faculty and Program Director, 10-day summer institute for Faculty Fellowship Program: The Future of Public Health Law Education, co-sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Georgia State University College of Law (July 2014, Park City, Utah) (various sessions) Starting, Building, and Fostering Health Law Programs: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know (and Didn t Know Whom to Ask), ASLME s 37 th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, University of California, Hastings College of the Law (San Francisco, June 2014) Getting to Yes, And : Negotiating Conflict Using the Best Practices of Applied Improvisation, 2014 International Conference on Negotiation: Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management in a Changing World, Kennesaw State University (Kennesaw, Georgia, April 2014) Ethics Consultations and Conflict Engagement in Health Care, Cardozo Law School Symposium on ADR, Bioethics, and Health Care (New York City, November 2013) Preparation for Practice: Incorporating Knowledge, Skills, and Values in Public Health Law Education, American Public Health Association, 141 st Annual Meeting (Boston, November 2013) Using Applied Improvisation to Improve Conflict Engagement by Bioethics Committees and Consultants, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 15 th Annual Meeting (Atlanta, October 2013) -5-

6 The Joint Commission s Leadership Standard on Conflict Management: Empowering Medical Staff Leaders to Advocate to Yes, ABA Physician Legal Issues 2013 Conference, co-sponsored by ABA Health Law Section, AMA Organized Medical Staff Section (2013 Annual AMA Meeting), and Chicago Medical Society (Chicago, June 2013) The Future of Public Health Law Education: New Faculty Fellowships Program, 36 th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Seton Hall University School of Law (Newark, NJ, June 2013) Early Resolutions of Claims of Medical Error: Collaborations Among Hospitals, Physicians, Insurers & Their Attorneys, Medical Association of Georgia (Atlanta, April 2013) Engaging with Conflict in Health Care: An Ethics Perspective, Emory University School of Law (Atlanta, March 2013). Attorney as Conflict Coach: Expanding the Role & Skills of Health Lawyers in a Climate of Rapid Change, 14 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, American Bar Association Health Law Section (Miami, February 2013) Early Resolutions of Claims of Medical Errors, Health Care Leadership Workshop, Center for Law, Health & Society, Georgia State University College of Law (February 2013) HB 954 ( Fetal Pain Bill ): Some Thoughts on the Legal and Ethical Issues, Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, Nov. 2012) Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution in Health Care, Advanced Health Care Law Annual Meeting, State Bar of Georgia (Atlanta, October 2012) Getting to YES in Health Care: Using Conflict Management Skills to Resolve Ethics Cases and Promote Quality of Care, Emory University Center for Ethics (Atlanta, April 2012). Conflict Management Systems for Health Care Leadership, 14 th Annual Spring Conference, ABA Dispute Resolution Section (Washington, DC, April 2012). Leading Through Change: The Role of Attorneys in Supporting and Guiding System Change Through Strategic Management of Conflict, 13 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, American Bar Association Health Law Section (San Diego, February 2012). Collaborating with the Real World: Developing Skills and Values in Health Law Teaching, Association of American Law Schools 2012 Annual Meeting (Washington, DC, January 2012) The Reel Thing: Teaching Health Law and Bioethics Through Film, 34 th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, June 2011). Simprovisation TM -- Reframing How We Develop Dispute Resolution Professionals, American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution, 13 th Annual Spring Conference (Denver, April 2011). Conflict Engagement: Dealing Constructively with Conflict Across the Organization, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 12 th Annual Meeting on Emerging Issues in Health Law (New Orleans, February 2011). Law, Ethics, and Politics in Reproductive Rights, Emory University School of Medicine (August 2012; August 2011; August 2010). -6-

7 Legal Issues in End-of-Life Care, in connection with AMA s EPEC Project (Education for Physicians on End-of-Life Care), for Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, July 2010). The Future of Health Law Teaching in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Settings, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 33 rd Annual Health Law Professors Conference (Austin, Texas, June 2010). Health Disparities in Low-Income Children, grantee award conference of The Georgia Health Equity Initiative, Georgia Department of Community Health (Atlanta, April 2010). The Interplay between Race and Health: An Introduction to Racial Disparities in Infant Health, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, March 2010). Medical-Legal Partnership Clinics in Hospitals: Collaborating to Address the Socio- Economic Determinants of Health, 50 th Anniversary conference of the American College of Legal Medicine (Orlando, March 2010). Decision-Making for Children and Seriously Ill Newborns: Legal, Ethical, and Palliative Care Issues, Children s Healthcare of Atlanta (Atlanta, December 2009). Ethical and Medical-Legal Issues Surrounding the Limits of Viability, Art Hardy Memorial Lecture, 31 st annual conference on Neonatology: The Sick Newborn, Medical College of Georgia (Savannah, Georgia, October 2009). How Lawyers Working with Doctors Can Address Health Disparities Among Low-Income Children and Their Families, 31 st annual conference on Neonatology: The Sick Newborn, Medical College of Georgia (Savannah, Georgia, October 2009). The Evolution of Reproductive Rights, Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, August 2009). When the Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Law and Medicine to Improve the Community s Health, 31 st Annual Meeting of International Academy of Law and Mental Health (New York City, July 2009). Public Health Law and Ethics, Morehouse School of Medicine (Atlanta, April 2009). Parents Rights and Responsibilities Regarding Medical Treatment for Their Children, at Conference on the Psychosocial Care of the Medically Fragile Child: A Case for Community Collaboration, Children s Healthcare of Atlanta (Atlanta, March 2009). Baby Doe at Twenty Five, 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe Rules: Perspectives from the Fields of Law, Health Care, Ethics, and Disability Policy, Georgia State University Law Review Symposium (Atlanta, February 2009). Landmark Cases in Law and Bioethics, Grand Rounds, Internal Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, January 2009). Overview of the State of the Medical Futility Dilemma: A Journey to Texas and Beyond, with Kathy Kinlaw, Conference of the Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, November 2008). Law, Politics, and Ethics in Neonatal Decision-Making, 28 th Annual Perinatal Care Conference, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital (Albany, Georgia, October 2008). Conflict Resolution and Bioethics: Handling Difficult Cases, Children s Healthcare of Atlanta Social Work day-long conference, with Ansley Barton (Atlanta, September 2008). -7-

8 Late-Term Abortion: Law & Ethics, Emory University School of Medicine, ob-gyn division ethics rounds (Atlanta, May 2008). Law and Ethics in Neonatology, Emory University School of Medicine, neonatology division ethics rounds (Atlanta, May 2008). Law and Politics at the Neonatal Bedside, Keynote Address, Emory University School of Medicine 16 th Annual Conference, Neonatology 2008 (Atlanta, March 2008). Doing Well and Doing Good: Improving the Community s Health and the Hospital s Bottom Line through Medical-Legal Partnerships, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 9 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2008 (San Diego, February 2008). Law and Ethics in Reproductive Rights, Emory University School of Medicine, Medical Student Ethics Society (Atlanta, February 2008). Conflict Resolution in Patient Care Disputes, Hamline University School of Law Symposium, Intentional Conversation About Conflict Resolution in Health Care (St. Paul, Minnesota, November 2007). Using the Law and Lawyers to Address the Social and Economic Determinants of Low- Income Children s Health, American Public Health Association annual meeting, Health Law Forum, Initiatives to Improve the Quality of Care and Health Outcomes (Washington, DC, November 2007). Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Improve Children s Health: The Next Generation of Medical-Legal Partnerships, International Academy of Law and Mental Health, (Padua, Italy, June 2007). Professional Education in Law and Medicine: Obstacles to Implementing a Therapeutic Approach to Professional Practice, International Academy of Law and Mental Health, (Padua, Italy, June 2007). The Health Law Partnership: Working with Lawyers to Address the Social and Economic Determinants of Health in Low-Income Communities, Morehouse School of Medicine, Public Health Grand Rounds (Atlanta, June 2007). The Legal Evolution of Reproductive Rights in the United States, Emory School of Medicine, Obstetrics Grand Rounds (Atlanta, May 2007). Addressing the Socio-Economic Determinants of Health Through Medical-Legal Collaboration: Domestic Violence and Other Factors Affecting the Health of Low-Income Children and Families, Conference on World Law & World Health: Especially Health of Women in Least Developed and Developing Countries, World Law Institute, Emory University (Atlanta, March 2007). Futility Decisions and the Future of End-of-Life Care: The State of the Law, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia annual meeting (Atlanta, March 2007). We re So Sorry, Uncle Albert: Apology and Collaborative Resolution of Questions About Outcomes of Care, Health Law and Policy Forum, King & Spalding (Atlanta, March 2007). Overview of Advance Directives Law, Policy & Practice, Georgia State University College of Law program on New Directions for Health Care Planning: Proposed Legislative Reform for Advance Directives in Georgia (Atlanta, November 2006). Collaborating with the Private Bar to Promote the Public s Health, Fifth Annual Partnership Conference on The Public s Health and the Law in the 21 st Century, co- -8-

9 sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, June 2006). Autonomy and Justice in Public Health: Civil Liberties and the Common Good, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia annual meeting (Atlanta, April 2006). The History of Medical Ethics: A Lawyer s Perspective, Callem Distinguished Lecture Series, Augusta State University (Augusta, March 2006). Law and Ethics in Health Care: An Introduction, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, February 2006). The Life and Death of Terri Schiavo: Legal and Political Perspectives, Agnes Scott College bioethics and end-of-life speaker series (Atlanta, January 2006). Hard Cases Make Bad Public Health Law: Infringements of Civil Liberties in the Name of the Common Good, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, October 2005). The Life and Death of Terri Schiavo: Legal and Political Perspectives, at Biotechnology Law, Policy & Ethics series, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, October 2005). Jacobson v. Massachusetts: Some Cautionary Notes on a 100-Year Legacy, at Fourth Annual Partnership Conference on Public Health Law, co-sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, June 2005) (speech was reproduced by CDC in CD-ROM, Jacobson v. Massachusetts and Public Health Law: Perspectives in 2005, together with other speeches and a learning guide for use in educational settings). A Therapeutic Approach to Conflict Resolution in Health Care Settings: Overcoming Professional Barriers, Conference on Managing Conflict Ethically: Collaboration Between Bioethics and Health Law, co-sponsored by Georgia State University College of Law s Center for Law, Health & Society, and the Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, April 2005). How to Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Law (and Even Lawyers), Honorable J. Roy Rowland, MD, lecture series on medicine and ethics, Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, March 2005). Retrospective on Law and Medical Ethics, at Medical Grand Rounds, Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, March 2005). "Law and Ethics in Health Care: An Introduction for Ethics Committees," Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Macon, February 2005). An Introduction to American Law and Ethics in Health Care, at the National Law School of India University (Bangalore, India, December 2004). Patients Rights and Health Care Decision-Making: Georgia Law Concerning an Individual s Rights to Consent to, Refuse, and Receive Health Care, one-day conference cosponsored by Georgia State University College of Law s Center for Law, Health & Society and the Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, November 2004). Health Law and Policy: New Interdisciplinary Directions, keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the Women s Policy Group (Atlanta, November 2004). Interdisciplinary Contributions to Public Health Law, Third Annual Conference on Public Health Law, co-sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, June 2004). -9-

10 Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Evolution of Ethics and Law in Health Care, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia, 10 th Annual Conference (Atlanta, April 2004). Disclosure of Medical Error: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Perspectives, American Bar Association, Health Law Section s 5 th Annual Meeting on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2004 (San Diego, February 2004). What Does the Law Say? Guidelines for Ethics Committees, Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia, Ethics Committee Workshops (Macon, Atlanta; February 2004; September 2003; November 2002). The Evolution of Managed Care: An Example of Tragic Choices Practice, at conference on The Future of Managed Care: Looking Beyond a Patient Bill of Rights, Saint Louis University School of Law (commentator, with David Orentlicher) (St. Louis, April 2002). Medical Errors and Patient Safety: JCAHO Standards and Legal Developments, Health Services Research Forum, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University (Atlanta, January 2002). Medical Errors and Patient Safety: Legal Perspectives, annual Health Care Law conference, co-sponsored by Health Law Section, State Bar of Georgia, and ICLE in Georgia (Atlanta, September 2001). First Do No Harm: Responses to the Problem of Medical Errors, annual meeting of the Georgia Academy of Health Care Attorneys (Atlanta, May 2001). Is Too Much Privacy Bad for Your Health? An Introduction to the Law, Ethics, and HIPAA Rule on Medical Privacy, 41 st annual meeting of the American College of Law and Medicine (Atlanta, March 2001). Working with the Community to Improve End-of-Life Care, ABA conference on Emerging Issues in Health Care 2001, annual ABA Health Law Section meeting (Orlando, February 2001). Patients Rights and Health Care Decision-Making, annual Health Care Law conference, co-sponsored by Health Law Section, State Bar of Georgia and ICLE in Georgia (Atlanta, September 2000). Is Too Much Privacy Bad for Your Health? An Introduction to the Law and Ethics of Medical Privacy, Conference on Medical Privacy in the Information Age, co-sponsored by the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics at Georgia State University and the Center for Ethics in Health Care, St. Joseph s Health System (Atlanta, November 1999). From the Bedside to the Boardroom: Law and the Ethical Evolution of Health Care Organizations, annual conference of the Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, September 1998). Decisions Near the End of Life: Law in Georgia, Floyd Medical Center (Rome, Georgia, August 1998). The Evolution of Patients Rights: The Influence of Law on Medicine and Ethics, Conference on Health Care and the Legal System, sponsored by Federal Judicial Center (Atlanta, March 1998; Palm Springs, California, November 1997). The Supreme Court s Physician-Assisted Suicide Cases: Historical Context and Future Implications, Fourth Annual U.S. Supreme Court Update, State Bar of Georgia (Atlanta, September 1997). Health Law, Medical Ethics, and Public Policy, Fourth Annual Institute for Health -10-

11 Promotion and Education, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University (Atlanta, August 1997). Life and Death: Issues at the Intersection of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Aspen Appellate Judges Seminar, American Bar Association, Appellate Judges Conference (Aspen, Colorado, August 1997). The Relationship Between Law and Ethics, 1997 Intensive Health Care Ethics Course, Emory University Center for Ethics in Public Policy and the Professions and Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, May 1997). Evaluating the Ethics Committee, 1997 Annual Meeting, Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, May 1997). Resolving Differences: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Approaches, Fifth Annual Conference on Advanced Practice in Neonatal Care (Atlanta, April 1997). The Relationship Between Law and Ethics in Health Care: The Example of Physician-Assisted Suicide, 1997 Healthcare Law Update and Annual Meeting, Georgia Academy of Hospital Attorneys (Atlanta, April 1997). Legal and Ethical Issues in Neonatal Care, Conference on Neonatal Nursing, DeKalb Medical Center (Atlanta, February 1997). The Evolution of Patients Rights, The American Association of Nurse Attorneys, Georgia Chapter (Atlanta, September 1996). Medical Ethics in the Courts, Federal Judicial Center, Special Focus Program on Health Care and the Legal System (West Palm Beach, June 1996). Medical Decision-Making at the End of Life: Georgia Law, Leadership Training Conference, Decisions Near the End of Life, co-sponsored by The Hastings Center and Education Development Center, Inc. (Atlanta, March 1996). Organizational Morality: The JCAHO s New Focus on Business Ethics, Individual Case Management Association, Seventh Annual Medical Case Management Convention (New Orleans, October 1995). Rationing Care or Caring for Patients: Assessing the Debate Over Medically Futile Treatment, Keynote Address, Annual Meeting, The American Association of Nurse Attorneys (Chicago, October 1995). Medical Ethics in the Federal Courts: From Refusals of Treatment to Demands for Care, Federal Judicial Center, National Workshops for U.S. District Judges (Seattle, August 1995; Boston, July 1995; Atlanta, March 1995) and National Workshops for U.S. Magistrate Judges (Williamsburg, June 1996; Memphis, May 1996). The Role of Law in Ethical Decision-Making, Georgia Ethics Committee Consortium (Atlanta, May 1995; Augusta, October 1994). Competition or Conspiracy in Health Care: Recent Case Law Developments, American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, 43rd Annual Spring Meeting (Washington, DC, April 1995). From the Bedside to the Board Room: Organizational Ethics, Georgia Academy of Hospital Attorneys, Annual Meeting (Atlanta, April 1995). Legal and Ethical Issues in Neonatal Care, Georgia Association of Neonatal Nurses (Atlanta, April 1995). Medical Futility: A Debate at the Intersection of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, The -11-

12 American Association of Nurse Attorneys, Georgia Chapter (Atlanta, August 1994). Conflicts at the Bedside: Who Decides When Medical Treatment Is Futile? Georgia Academy of Hospital Attorneys, Annual Meeting (Atlanta, April 1994). Barristers at the Bedside: The Role of Law in Competent Patient: Refusals of Medical Treatment, Georgia Academy of Hospital Attorneys, Annual Meeting (Atlanta, April 1993). Antitrust Risks of Sharing Information in the Health-Care Industry, bi-annual conference on health care and antitrust co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law and Forum on Health Care (New Orleans, October 1992). Peer Review and the Health Care Quality Improvement Act, at annual conference on Antitrust in the Health Care Field, National Health Lawyers Association (Washington, DC, January 1992). PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS, PANELS, AND MEDIA Interviewed Expert, MEDICAL ETHICS ADVISOR (March 2015, November 2014, July 2014) Coach, Mediation Training for Health Care Professionals, Emory University Center for Ethics (May 2015). Commentator, The Future of Public Health Law Education, Symposium in Honor of Wendy Parmet on Populations, Public Health, and the Law (Ann Arbor, MI April 2015) Program Co-Chair, Eggs Benedict and Conflict, 16 th annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, American Bar Association Health Law Section (Orlando, March 2015). Panel organizer and moderator, Community-Academic Partnerships in Public Health Law, American Public Health Association, 142 nd Annual Meeting (New Orleans, Nov. 2014) Invited participant, Workshop: Creating a Platform and Curriculum for Training Practitioners and Lawyers about Public Health Law, 2014 Public Health Law Conference, co-sponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Atlanta, October 2014) Invited discussant, Roundtable on Ethics and Law involving Unrepresented Patients, Emory University Center for Ethics (August 2014) Program organizer, Task Force on ADR and Conflict Management in Health Care, 15 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, American Bar Association Health Law Section (Phoenix, February 2014) Program organizer, Conflict Engagement through Applied Improvisation: An Interactive Workshop for Attorneys and Mediators, Georgia State University College of Law, Center for Law, Health & Society (Atlanta, October 2013) Program organizer, Early Resolutions of Claims of Medical Error, Invitation-only program for health care leaders (hospital, physician, insurance, and legal stakeholders), Georgia State University College of Law, Center for Law, Health & Society, featuring speakers Michelle Mello, JD, MPH, and Thomas Gallagher, MD (Atlanta, October 2013) Invited discussant, Roundtable: Building Global Health Team Excellence: Developing an Interprofessional Competency Domain, University of Maryland (Baltimore, October 2013) Panel organizer, Building the Public Health Law Field: Opportunities for Faculty to Partner with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 36 th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, -12-

13 American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Seton Hall University School of Law (Newark, NJ, June 2013) Panelist, plenary session respondent, Critical Opportunities for Public Health Law, 2012 Public Health Law Conference: Practical Approaches to Critical Challenges, co-sponsored by Network for Public Health Law and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, October 2012) Invited participant, Subject Matter Expert Meeting convened by the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Atlanta, September 2012) World Café Coordinator and speaker, Jay Healey Teaching Session for New and Experienced Health Law Professors: Best Practices in Health Law Teaching, 35th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Sandra Day O Connor College of Law (Tempe, AZ, June 2012) Panelist, Using Arbitration and Mediation to More Effectively Represent Clients in Healthcare Disputes, JAMS Atlanta Resolution Center (Atlanta, June 2011) Discussion Leader, Things I Wish I Knew: Program for New Health Law Professors, 34 th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, June 2011). Moderator, Matters of Health: Different Venues, Different Voices, Leadership America conference on Beyond Barriers Blurred Boundaries: Leading in An Interconnected World, sponsored by The Women s Museum: An Institute for the Future (Atlanta, May 2010). Guest Faculty, Break the Cycle V: Break the Cycle of Environmental Health Disparities, Southeast Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit, Emory University School of Medicine, and the Institute for the Study of Disadvantage and Disability (Atlanta, May 2010). Moderator, Social Determinants of Health and Equity: Addressing the Root Causes of Health Disparities, as part of speaker series on The Interplay between Race and Health: Racial Disparities in Infant Health, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, April 2010). Moderator, What Causes Racial Disparities in Very Pre-Term Birth? Personal and Bioscoial Perspectives, as part of speaker series on The Interplay between Race and Health: Racial Disparities in Infant Health, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, April 2010). Moderator, Who Lives? Who Dies? Crisis Management During a Public Health Disaster, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 11 th Annual Meeting on Emerging Issues in Health Law (Phoenix, February 2010). Moderator, Opportunities and Challenges in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Education, Plenary Session at conference on Interdisciplinary Collaborative Education: Partnerships Between Law Schools and Health Professionals, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, September 2009). Moderator, Research and Scholarship, conference on Interdisciplinary Collaborative Education: Partnerships Between Law Schools and Health Professionals, Georgia State University College of Law (Atlanta, September 2009). -13-

14 Moderator, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session, Responding to the Carnegie Foundation Report: Experiential Learning in Health Law Teaching, 32 nd Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Cleveland, June 2009). Moderator, Speakers Roundtable, 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe Rules: Perspectives from the Fields of Law, Health Care, Ethics, and Disability Policy, Georgia State University Law Review Symposium (Atlanta, February 2009). Faculty Participant, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, Emory University School of Medicine, Advances in Medicine Day Workshop (Atlanta, December 2008). Moderator, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session, Interdisciplinary Teaching of Health Law, 31 st Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Philadelphia, June 2008). Panelist, Teaching Effectively, 31 st Annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Policy & Ethics (Philadelphia, June 2008). Guest Faculty, Break the Cycle III: Break the Cycle of Health Disparities in Vulnerable Children, Southeast Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit, Emory University School of Medicine, and the Institute for the Study of Disadvantage and Disability (Atlanta, May 2008). Workshop Co-Facilitator, Communication Skills and Conflict Management in Bioethics, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Macon, April 2008). Panelist, Legal/Ethical Issues in the NICU: Hot Spots and Minefields, Emory University School of Medicine 16 th Annual Conference, Neonatology 2008 (Atlanta, March 2008). Guest Faculty, Break the Cycle II: Exploring the Relationship Between Disadvantage and Disability, Institute for the Study of Disadvantage and Disability (Atlanta, March 2008). Moderator, How Do We Engage Our Students?, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session, at annual Health Law Professors Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Boston, June 2007). Moderator, End-of-Life Issues: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Considerations, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 8 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2007 (Orlando, February 2007). Co-Moderator, The Brave New World of Genetic Testing, American Bar Association, Annual Health Law Section, 8 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2007 (Orlando, February 2007). Moderator, Mediation Skills in Healthcare: Resolving Disputes Over Unanticipated Outcomes, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 8 th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2007 (Orlando, February 2007). Moderator, Communication and Conflict Management in Health Care, Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (Atlanta, January 2007). Moderator, Disclosure of Adverse Events and Medical Errors: Communicating Effectively, American Bar Association, Health Law and Dispute Resolution sections (national teleconference, June 2006). (Program was recorded and may be obtained as CLE Audio CD Package from the ABA. See -14-

15 T06DAUC ) Moderator, Saying I m Sorry : The Role of Apology in Public Health Law and Practice, Fifth Annual Partnership Conference on The Public's Health and the Law in the 21st Century, co-sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, June 2006). Moderator, Clashing Perspectives in the Health Law Classroom, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session, at annual Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Baltimore, June 2006). Moderator, Disclosure of Adverse Events and Medical Errors, American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 7 th Annual Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law conference (Tucson, February 2006). Moderator, Advocating for Better Health and Health Care, Connections 2006, Healthcare Georgia Foundation (Atlanta, February 2006). Moderator, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Using the Law to Improve the Public's Health," at Fourth Annual Partnership Conference on Public Health Law, co-sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Atlanta, June 2005). Moderator, Is All That Glitters Gold in Our Health Law Classrooms? Uses and Abuses of New Technologies in Health Law Teaching), Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session, at annual Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Houston, June 2005). Moderator and Conference Co-sponsor, The Next Generation of ADR and Conflict Management in Health Care Settings: New Challenges, New Approaches, Georgia State University Law Review Annual Symposium (Atlanta, February 2005). Moderator, Alternative Dispute Resolution in Health Care Settings, Advanced Health Care Law Seminar, co-sponsored by ICLE and State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section (Atlanta, October 2004). Moderator, Race and the Teaching of Health Law, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Plenary Session on Teaching Health Law, at annual Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Newark, June 2004). Peer Reviewer, Young Scholars in Health Law Workshop, member of peer review panel for younger scholars developing in health law, co-sponsored by St. Louis University law school and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (St. Louis, October 2003). Moderator, Should Professors Disclose Their Own Views on the Controversial Topics They Teach?, Joseph M. Healey Memorial Session on Teaching Health Law, plenary session at annual Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Wilmington, June 2003). Moderator, Human Research Subjects: Assessing the Adequacy of Protections and the Need for Reform, at the ABA Health Law Section s 4 th Annual Mid-Year Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law 2003 (Miami, February 2003). Moderator, Human Subjects Research: Today and Tomorrow, ABA Health Law Section s 3 rd Annual Mid-Year Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law (Phoenix, February 2002). -15-

16 Panel member, Teaching Health Law, opening plenary session at annual Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics (Boston, June 2001). Moderator, Legal, Ethical, and Practical Issues involving End-of-Life Care, annual conference on Health Care Law, co-sponsored by the State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section, and ICLE in Georgia (Atlanta, September 2000). Facilitator, Break-out Workshops on Experimental Medical Treatment, Program on Health Care and the Legal System for Federal and State Judges, sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center (Atlanta, March 1998; Palm Springs, California, November 1997; West Palm Beach, June 1996). Moderator, Medically Futile Treatment: Report of the HCECG Task Force on Futility, State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section (Atlanta, June 1997). Moderator, Georgia Managed Care Law, at Georgia Health Care News Midyear Symposium (Atlanta, August 1996). Round-table Discussion Leader, Interdisciplinary Teaching of Law and Medical Students, 17 th Annual Health Law Teachers Conference, sponsored by American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, (Wilmington, June 1996). Moderator, State Antitrust Reform and Rural Health Care Markets, at symposium on Medical, Legal and Ethical Issues in Rural Health Care: The Changing Environment, sponsored by Mercer University Schools of Medicine and Law (Macon, March 1996). Panelist, Mock Ethics Committee Panel, at conference on The Ethics Committee s Challenge: The Tension Between the Patient s Good and Organizational Survival, sponsored by Georgia Ethics Committee Consortium (Atlanta, May 1996). Moderator, Legal Issues in Managed Care from the Perspective of the Participants, annual meeting of the Health Law Section, State Bar of Georgia, with ICLE (Atlanta, September 1994). Panelist, Teaching Antitrust in a Health Law Curriculum, Health Law Teachers Conference, American Society of Law and Medicine (Albuquerque, May 1991). COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY PRESENTATIONS Introduction to Negotiation, in Mediation, Georgia State University College of Law (August 2014). Member of expert panel for student presentations, Neurotechnologies that Penetrate the Mind, for Philosophy 3127 (problem-based learning in biotechnology, law, policy and ethics), Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, April 2014). Negotiation Strategies, Emory University, graduate neuroscience program (Atlanta, November 2013). The Role of Law in Promoting Urban Health, Urban Health Seminar, Partnership for Urban Health Research, Georgia State University (Atlanta, September 2013) Conflict Resolution, Institute of Public Health, Georgia State University, Georgia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities (GaLEND) (Atlanta, October 2012, with Debra Gerardi) -16-

17 How Doctors and Lawyers Are Working Together to Improve Children s Health in Atlanta, Northside Baptist Church (Atlanta, January 2012); Dunwoody Rotary Club (Atlanta, July 2011). Discussant, Improv and the Teaching of Negotiation, Georgia State University College of Law, meeting of ADR faculty in Georgia (Atlanta, March 2011). Law, Medicine & Ethics, Georgia State University, Department of Philosophy, Philosophy 3740 (biomedical ethics) (Atlanta, March 2011). Public Health Law & Ethics, Georgia State University, Institute of Public Health (Atlanta; February 2009; February 2008; September and February and 2007). Reproductive Rights: Law, Politics & Ethics, Emory University School of Medicine, second-year elective in Women s Health (Atlanta, August 2009; October 2008; April 2007). The 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe Rules: An Overview, Georgia State University, College of Law (Atlanta, August 2008). Center for Law, Health & Society: Working With the Law to Promote Society s Health, Georgia State University Foundation Board of Trustees (Atlanta, January 2007). Law, Ethics & Research Integrity in Psychology, Georgia State University Department of Psychology (Atlanta, September 2007, 2006). Advocating for Better Health and Health Care, Connections 2006 Healthcare Georgia Foundation (Atlanta, February 2006). The Ethical and Legal Challenges of Modern Medicine, Georgia Public Broadcasting, Georgia Weekly (aired in November and December 2005). "Dying with Dignity in a Post-Schiavo Era," Say-So Conversational Salon (Atlanta, April 2005). Health Law and Policy: New Interdisciplinary Directions, Women s Policy Group, Annual Meeting on Informed Women and the Power of Policy (Atlanta, November 2004). Cloning and Stem Cell Research: Science, Law, and Ethics, Northside Drive Baptist Church (Atlanta, April 2002). The Human Side of the Law: The Right to Die and End-of-Life Care, Peachtree Road United Methodist Church (Atlanta, February 2000). Assisted Dying: The Current Legal Scene, United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries, 57th National Convention on Judeo-Christian Values: A Wesleyan Framework for the Future (Atlanta, March 1997). Death With Dignity: Legal and Ethical Issues, Unitarian Universalist Church (Atlanta, January 1997). The Right to Die, The Hemlock Society, Georgia Chapter (Atlanta, April 1993). Physician-Assisted Suicide, AACE (Advocating Awareness for Choice and Equality), Georgia State University (Atlanta, April 1992). Final Exit: The Legal, Medical, and Ethical Issues, Wesley Foundation, Georgia State University (Atlanta, November 1991). STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP ADVISEMENT Raymond Lindholm, Combating Childhood Obesity: A Survey of Laws Affecting the Built -17-

18 Environments of Low-Income and Minority Children, Reviews on Environmental Health, Vol. 26(3): , Brian Basinger, Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage and Disability for Low-Income and Minority Children with Asthma: Pragmatic Solutions for Easier Breathing, International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, Vol. 2(3); , Kathryn Lemmond, Uninsured Children: Characteristics, Consequences, and Solutions, International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, Vol. 2(3): , Poverty, Law, and Health, Master s Thesis Field Advisor, Laura Lester, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health (2006). FILM Documentary Film, The Health Law Partnership, released September 12, 2013, produced in collaboration with Digital Arts Entertainment Lab, Georgia State University; Duke & Associates, Inc. (Atlanta); and Debra Gerardi (EHCCO, Half Moon Bay). GRANTS AND AWARDS Consultant, Guest Editor for special supplemental volume of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Spring 2016) devoted to essays about the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)- funded faculty fellowship program, The Future of Public Health Law Education) ( ) (invited grant proposal submitted by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics is currently pending and under review by RWJF) Project Director and Lead Faculty, The Future of Public Health Law Education: Faculty Fellowship Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Jan June 2015). As the launch to this fellowship program, led a 10-day professional development institute for the faculty fellows and their faculty mentors, together with invited deans and distinguished leaders in public health law (July 2014, Park City, Utah) Principal Investigator, The Business of Science: Law, Policy & Ethics in the Regulation and Governance of Health and Scientific Businesses, Second Century Initiative, Georgia State University (2010) (resulted in the creation of three new faculty positions in this cluster, two in health law, one in business) Collaborator, Building Capacity in Health Justice Research: A Collaborative Research Effort to Reduce Health Disparities (PI Michael Eriksen, IPH), Second Century Initiative, Georgia State University (2010) (resulted in the creation of three new faculty positions in this cluster, one in health law, two in public health) Collaborator, Award from the Kresge Foundation to support the Health Legal Services Clinic (PI Sylvia Caley) (2010) Collaborator, Award from the Greenwall Foundation (Lead, Leslie Wolf) to support the 2009 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium, The 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe Rules: Perspectives from the Fields of Law, Health Care, Ethics, and Disability Policy (2009). Lead, Award from the State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section, to support the 2009 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium, The 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe -18-

19 Rules: Perspectives from the Fields of Law, Health Care, Ethics, and Disability Policy (2009). Lead, Sponsorship Grant from Emory University Center for Ethics to support the 2009 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium, The 25 th Anniversary of the Baby Doe Rules: Perspectives from the Fields of Law, Health Care, Ethics, and Disability Policy (2009). Advisory Council Member, Ethically Contentious Research and Innovation: An Interdisciplinary and Inter-institutional Experiment in Ethics Education and Assessment (PI Roberta Berry), National Science Foundation, Ethics Education in Science and Engineering Program ( ). Principal Investigator, Georgia Health Equity Initiative, Health Disparities in Low-Income Children and Families, Georgia Department of Community Health ( ) (resulting in the opening of a Health Law Partnership (HeLP) office at Children s at Hughes Spalding) Collaborator, Award from the Ida Alice Ryan Foundation to support the HeLP Legal Services Clinic (2007). Collaborator, Award from the Joey M. and Ramona L. Loudermilk Fund to support the HeLP Legal Services Clinic (2007). Collaborator, Letti Pate Evans Foundation, Inc. (Grantee Atlanta Legal Aid Society) to support the HeLP Legal Services Clinic ( ). Lead, Mary Alice and Bennett Brown Foundation to support the HeLP Legal Services Clinic (2005). Collaborator, Award from the Aflac Foundation to support the HeLP Legal Services Clinic (2005). Collaborator, Areas of Focus Initiative at Georgia State University (PI Michael Erikson, IPH; PI P.C. Thai, Biology) (2004) (resulted in creation of three new faculty lines in health law, along with numerous others across campus). HONORS AND AWARDS David J. Maleski Award for Teaching Excellence (2015) Heroes in Healthcare Ethics Award, awarded by Healthcare Ethics Consortium of Georgia (2010) Golden Key International Honour Society (2009) Jay Healey Distinguished Health Law Professor, awarded by American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (2006) Life Fellow, American Bar Foundation (since 2015; Fellow since 2006) Exceptional Service Award (awarded by Georgia State University annually to one faculty member for exceptional discipline-related service, May 2004) Professor of the Year (awarded by GSU Student Bar Association, April 2003) Fellow, Lawyers Foundation of the State Bar of Georgia (since 1999) Achievement Award, presented by the State Bar of Georgia, to the Health Law Section for service as Chair of the Section (June 1998) Georgia Women Pioneers in Health Care, recognizing selected women by Georgia Women s -19-

20 History Month Committee (March 1998) Phi Beta Kappa (1972) ADMISSIONS AND ON-GOING MEMBERSHIPS Admitted to practice in Georgia (1983) and in Maryland (1980, currently inactive) Member, State Bar of Georgia Member, American Bar Association (Health Law Section and Dispute Resolution Section) Member, American Health Lawyers Association Member, American Law Institute (since 2005), Member, American Public Health Association Member, American Society of Bioethics & the Humanities Member, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics Member, Applied Improvisation Network Member, Association for Conflict Resolution Registered Neutral, Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Member, Board of Directors, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (2012 present) o Member, Jay Healey Award Nominating Committee (2012 present) o President-Elect (2015) Section Councilor, Executive Council (member-at-large), Health Law Section, American Public Health Association (2012- present) Column Editor, Teaching Health Law, JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (2007 present) Member, Editorial Board, CONFLICT RESOLUTION QUARTERLY (2010 present) Health Law Section Governing Council, American Bar Association ( ) o Governing Council Member ( ) o Member, Mentoring Project Advisory Group ( ) o Liaison to ABA Section on Dispute Resolution ( ) o Vice Chair, Membership Committee ( , Member ) o Task Force on Law Student Membership ( ) o Member, Nominating Committee ( ) ( ) Health Law Section, American Bar Association o Judge, Annual Health Law Writing Competition ( ) o Chair, Task Force on ADR & Conflict Management in Health Care ( ; Co-Chair, ) o Chair, Medical-Legal Partnerships Committee (2009 present) o Liaison to ABA Medical-Legal Partnership Working Group (2007 present) o Member, Selection Committee, Student Scholarship Award for EMI Conference (2014, 2015) o Member, Planning Committee for Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, 2007 and -20-

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