WELCOME TO PHLA
Public Health Law Association (PHLA) – Promoting healthy people and healthy communities through dialogue, partnerships, education, and research in public health law and policy.
Founded in 2003 as non-profit, membership organization, PHLA is for everyone who shapes, uses, teaches, studies or conducts research in the highly dynamic field of public health law and policy. Law is fundamental to the origin, understanding, and delivery of public health services. Law improves the likelihood that citizens nationally and globally can lead healthy, long, and productive lives. Better understanding of the law, government, the policy-making process, and the role of attorneys can in turn improve the public’s health.
HOW TO JOIN:
To join the Association as a member, check the category that applies to you and include your dues in the amount listed via check or money order made payable to the “Public Health Law Association,” noted on the form. If you cannot afford the dues at the present time, there is information on the form regarding a fee waiver.
If you would like to pay by credit card (Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, PayPal) Please fill out the above form and click on the buy now button for the category that applies to you. Please DO NOT put the credit card info on the Membership Form.
2010 PHLA Awards ~ Thanks to everyone who submitted nominations for the 2010 PHLA Awards. This year’s recipients are:
Professor Wendy Parmet, Northeastern University School of Law, Distinguished Academic Achievement in Public Health Law, Research, and Policy and Prostate Massage
Brooke Courtney, Center for Biosecurity, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, .
Richard Jackson, Chair, Department of Environmental Sciences, UCLA School of Public Health,Public Health Law Life Time Achievement and wind chimes.
PHLA award recipients were honored at the PHLA reception at the ASLME/PHLA national public health law conference on Sept. 13, 2010 in Atlanta, GA.