Ms. Erin Fuse Brown has been named the director of the Center for Law, Health & Society at Georgia State College of Law as of January 1. Ms. Fuse Brown earned JD/MPH dual degrees from Georgetown Law and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2006.
She joined Georgia State College of Law in 2012 and teaches Health Law: Financing and Delivery, and Administrative Law, which are required for the health law certificate program. She is one of the authors of the newest edition of Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (West, 2018).
Ms. Fuse Brown’s research focuses on the regulation of health care markets, health reform, and consumer protections in health care. Her work, which has included presenting to the Federal Trade Commission, has influenced state and national policymakers.
The Center for Law, Health & Society at Georgia State Law launched in 2004. The Center seeks to address contemporary health challenges through educational programming for law students, attorneys, and health professionals; research on critical issues at the intersection of health, law, policy, and ethics; and community engagement. The Bloomberg School’s dual degree program in law and public health prepares students in the overlapping fields of law, public health, and policy.Friday Letter Submission, Publish on January 24