Lawyers as Advocate in Public Health PracticeJournal of Law, Medicine and Ethics
AbstractFocuses on the role of lawyers as advocates in the administration of public health. Discussion of the roles of legal counsel to public health agencies; Impact of lawyers on the formation of public health laws and policies; Description of the role of legal counsel in public health administration in San Diego, California, and South Bend, Indiana, and across the U.S.; Aspect of professional ethics in the role of lawyers in public health advocacy.
Citation InformationJoan McNamara, Lawyers as Advocate in Public Health Practice, 32 J.L. Med. & Ethics 90 (2004)