Cohen speaks to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine on seeking fertility treatments abroad

Glenn Cohen on animals, AI and morality

Glenn Cohen, Assistant Professor of Law and co-director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School, addressed health care professionals as a guest speaker at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s 66th annual meeting, as part of the Ken Ryan Ethics Symposium – Cross-Border Care, on Oct. 25 in Denver, Colo.

Enforcing Domestic Human Rights


From filing an emergency guardianship petition in probate court ensuring that the children of a dying mother are raised by the person she chooses, to appealing the denial of a disability claim in federal court for a critically ill client, the Harvard Law School Health Law and Policy Clinic prides itself on taking the toughest cases and working to shape policy to protect some of society’s most vulnerable people.

Greenwald and Alsentzer recognized for their work helping people living with HIV/AIDS

Dorothée Alsentzer ’05 and Robert Greenwald

In April, Dorothée Alsentzer ‘05, senior clinical fellow at the Health Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School’s WilmerHale Legal Services Center, and Lecturer on law Robert Greenwald, founding director of the clinic, received the Positive Leadership Award from the National Association of People with AIDS, during AIDS Watch, a federal grassroots HIV/AIDS advocacy event held in Washington, D.C.

At HLS conference: What biology and the mind sciences teach about law and morality


Academics from the fields of law, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and economics convened at Harvard Law School April 15 and 16 to discuss the moral and legal dimensions of developments in neuroscience and evolutionary biology. The conference—titled “Moral Biology: What (if anything) can the mind sciences and evolutionary biology tell us about law and morality?”— addressed […]