The health care debate in the United States has been going strong, and Gonzaga Law Associate Dean and Professor Vickie Williams has become a sought-after resource for her experience and opinions in health care.
Panels and Presentations about Health Care Law
In June of this year, Williams participated in a panel called “Are ‘Supergerms’ the Next Atomic Bomb? The Legal, Ethical, Public Health, and Biosecurity Considerations for Dual-Use Biological Experiments” at the 35th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, sponsored by the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics.
In the early summer, Williams also became a member of the “Best Practices for Health Law Curriculums” project. The project is a collaboration between lawyers practicing health care law and academics teaching health care law designed to provide guidance and materials to law schools interested in developing health law curricula that will produce practice-ready graduates.
In early July, Williams interviewed on Spokane Public Radio’s popular “Just a Theory” broadcast.
Williams Quoted in Numerous Publications
Numerous publications have used Williams and her experience in health law as a resource for their stories, including Bloomberg’s BNA Health Law Reporter in a lead story. In addition, the Catholic Sentinel and Spokane’s Inlander have all also quoted Williams on health care issues.
Read More on Williams’ Blog
Along with these quotes and articles, Williams has also been sharing her thoughts on health care and health care reform in her new Healthy Interests” blog, posting regularly and spurring debate on everything from the big health care issues to smaller, day-to-day challenges of health care.