Protecting rights in a global crisis

PFC leadership COVID-19 Q&A-2

In a Q&A, scholars at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School raise important legal and ethical questions about health care delivery and the enactment of extraordinary public health measures in response to the ongoing epidemic.

A Q&A on Harvard Law School’s response to coronavirus

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Harvard University and Harvard Law School will shift to remote teaching and learning on March 23 as part of efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the community while continuing to educate its students. Matt Gruber, Harvard Law School dean for administration, discusses the “unprecedented move to deal with unprecedented circumstances.”

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Information for Harvard Law School students, faculty and staff

Although the University’s coronavirus website will continue to be the primary source of information about the institution’s overall preparations for and response to the coronavirus, these questions and answers are designed to provide additional context for members of the Harvard Law School community. We will continue to update these FAQs as new information becomes available.