College of Law

Health Legislation/advocacy I


Law 7247 - Fall 2012

Professor: Sylvia B. Caley Class Times: T, 2:45 pm - 5:30 pm
Syllabus: n/a | Location: Room 653
Course Management Site: TWEN Connect: Class Roll

Course Description

This course is the first of a two-semester sequence. It examines the process by which proposed legislation becomes enacted into law at the state level, including drafting, legislative organization and procedure, ethics and lobbying, and the appropriations process. It will focus on health-related legislation, policy and advocacy. Students will have the opportunity to work with a community partner (such as a non-profit health advocacy group, health related government agency, or non-profit health-related enterprise) on a written project that relates to upcoming proposed health-related legislation in the Georgia General Assembly, that proposes new legislation, or that involves other legislation-related health policy or advocacy issues. Students who enroll in Law 7247 must also enroll in Law 7248 in the succeeding semester.

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