Join Us and Ride the Wave
Earn your Certificate in Health Law and join the thriving group of health law attorneys who are working at the cutting edge of a massive wave of innovative laws, science and technology revolutionizing the provision of health care locally, nationally and globally.
What is Health Law?
Health law is distinctive because it is focused on an entire industry rather than on a specific body of law. In contrast to other legal specializations that focus on one legal issue that involves a variety of different industries, attorneys practicing in the area of health law deal with a broad cross section of most areas of the law, including: medical malpractice, torts, public health, administrative, food and drug, insurance, licensure, corporate, transactional, antitrust, criminal, bioethics, intellectual property, tax, labor, real estate, regulatory compliance, and risk management, among many others.
Why Creighton Law?
Come to Creighton Law to benefit from the unique pairing of our robust Health Law Certificate with training in “conflict competence” in health care.
What are examples of careers paths in health law?
The breadth and rapid growth of this practice area translates into a broad range of positions available to health law attorneys. Our Health Law concentration prepares students to practice in the following areas:
- Criminal Law
- Elder Law
- Health Policy/Bioethics
- Employee Benefits
- Intellectual Property/Biotechnology/Patent Law
- Public Health
- Food & Drug Law
- Employment and Labor
- Medical Malpractice
- Regulatory Compliance
- Real Estate Law
- Risk Management
What are the required courses for the Health Law certificate?
You must earn 13-14 hours worth of credit and maintain a 3.0 GPA within the Health Law certificate concentration. The courses that satisfy this requirement are indicated below.