William S. and Christine S. Hall
Center for Law and Health
The Hall Center is a multidisciplinary teaching and research Center within the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. The primary goals of the Center are the education and career furtherance of law students and the analysis and improvement of health law and policy.
The Hall Center for Law and Health was established in 1987 to expand the curriculum and teaching of health law at the school of law and provide opportunities for student participation in Center-sponsored research, educational programs, and health law field placements. For more than a quarter of a century Center faculty have conducted important legal and empirical research on health law issues in Indiana and the nation and interpreted health law issues for the bar, government, and the health care community.
The Center offers J.D., joint degree, and LL.M. programs to students, in addition to CLE programs and various educational programs for professionals engaged in the health sciences. The Hall Center is home to the Indiana Health law Review, frequent guest presentations by leading academics, judges, bioethicists and health law practitioners, and major conferences.
Located in downtown Indianapolis, the Hall Center is near several major pharmaceutical firms, many of the state's leading medical centers, health insurers, and health law firms, and the health agencies of state government. The Hall Center's proximity to these institutions has enabled it to become a major contributor to state and national health law and policy development. The Hall Center is also located on the same campus as the Indiana University Medical Center, Indiana University's health professions schools, and the Indiana University Bioethics Center, resulting in excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research on health law and policy issues.
Nicolas P. Terry
Hall Render Professor of Law
Samuel R. Rosen Professor of Law