The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Public Health Law
Program and the American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics
cosponsor the annual public health law conference: The Public's
Health & the Law in the 21st Century.
The conferences focus on innovative legal tools and strategies for
public health and explore cutting-edge issues at the crossroads of public
health and the law.
The annual conferences are for everyone who
shapes and applies law as a public health tool including public
health practitioners, health attorneys, judges, physicians and
nurses, elected officials, attorneys general and other law
enforcement professionals, researchers, and many others. CME, CLE
and other continuing education credits are offered by attending
concurrent panels, workshops and short courses.