Brandeis professors’ conference presentation schedules ramp up
Some Brandeis School of Law professors are taking advantage of the summer months by accelerating their conference appearances.
Last week, Professors Tim Hall and Mark Rothstein presented at the 38th annual Health Law Professors Conference in St. Louis.
Hall facilitated a small group conversation on Best Practices in Health Law Teaching. He also presented on “Contractual Regulation of Personal Fitness and Health Tracking: An Empirical Study.”
Rothstein’s presentation was on “The Moral Challenge of Ebola.”
Hall also participated in the Third Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics, along with Brandeis Professor John Cross. The event, which was held at Arizona State University in Scottsdale, Ariz., included presentations on regulatory governance, legal, policy, social and ethical aspects of emerging technologies such as genomics, stem cell and regenerative medicine, surveillance technologies, neuroscience and robotics.
Cross’ presentation was on “Intellectual Property and the Digitization of Taste.”
Hall gave his “Contractual Regulation of Personal Fitness and Health Data Tracking” presentation.