The Epstein Health Law and Policy Program

The Epstein Health Law and Policy Program promotes cutting-edge research, policy analysis, and public service and public engagement on critical issues in health care; fosters collaboration between scholars focused on health law and policy; and facilitates collaboration among government leaders, practitioners, and academic researchers on issues of increasing complexity. Led by Professor Wilson, Program faculty partner with other universities, both domestic and abroad, on a variety of research projects.

The Program has established partnerships with various units on the Urbana-Champaign campus, including the College of Medicine, the Department of Community Health, and the Institute of Government and Public Affairs for various research and public service projects.  These connections provide an important conduit for students interested in practicing health law to learn more about Practice.

The program has four primary pillars: