Moving the Needle: Navigating Disability Law in the Health Care Setting
The Gitenstein Institute for Health Law and Policy presents a three-part CLE series: Moving the Needle: Navigating Disability Law in the Health Care Setting. This three-part series focuses on the needs and rights of people with disabilities who hope to work as caregivers as well as the needs and rights of the patients they serve. Join us as we explore the law and legal strategies, as well as ethical questions that may arise, when representing patients or clients with disabilities.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26
DISCUSSION & SIMULATION SESSION
“Deploying Legal Strategies to Eliminate Barriers to Employment in the Medical Professions -- From
Graduate Medical Education to Landing a Job”
“Respecting Boundaries: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (Ferpa) Hypothetical/Respecting Boundaries”
Dates: April 26, May 17 & June 20, 2017
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Location: Room 308 , Hofstra Law School, South Campus
Register online at law.hofstra.edu/DisabilityLawCLE
$180 for all three days or $75 for each individual day
3 CLE in areas of professional practice and 3 CLE in Ethics available for all three days. 1 CLE in areas of
professional practice and 1 CLE in Ethics available for each individual day.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Hempstead, NY 11549