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Stacey B. Lee, JD

  • Associate Professor

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Education

JD, University of Maryland School of Law, 1995

Honors and Awards

JOHNS HOPKINS CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL

Excellence in Teaching Award/ Faculty of Year May 2017

Student nominated award based on course evaluations and pedagogy in Health Law, Business Law and Negotiations courses.

JOHNS HOPKINS CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL

Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence August 2016

The Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence is given to faculty who showed exemplary service to the school.

BLACK & DECKER

Faculty Research Grant April 2016

Awarded the Black & Decker Research Grant to support faculty research projects in business research.

WILEY-DELTAK FACULTY FELLOW                           

Faculty Fellow     Fall 2014 – Spring 2016                         

Selected to participate in a two year faculty initiative to catalyze innovation in on-line teaching and learning through the creation of new pedagogical and technological approaches.

JOHNS HOPKINS CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL

Excellence in Teaching Award     May 2014        

Student nominated award based on course evaluations and pedagogy in Business Law and Legal Foundations of Health courses.

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND JOHNS HOPKINS CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL

Excellence in Teaching Award/ Faculty of Year      

March 2014, December 2012

Student nominated award based on course evaluations and pedagogy in Business Law and Negotiations courses.

AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL and ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS           

Invited Scholar       Recipient 2012

Paper selected through peer blind review by the Editorial Board American Business Law for presentation and critique at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business national conference.

GREENWALL FELLOWSHIP IN BIOETHICS AND HEALTH POLICY, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY and GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY       

Berman Institute Faculty Fellow    Fall 2011 - Spring 2012

Selected to participate in an interdisciplinary study of bioethics and healthcare policy.

AMERICAN SOCIETY LAW MEDICINE & ETHICS and the SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY CENTER for HEALTH LAW STUDIES                                        

Health Law Scholar         Recipient 2010

Paper selected through peer blind review by the American Society Law Medicine & Ethics for presentation and critique.

  • My legal research combines my experience as a healthcare attorney with my interest in how pharmaceutical manufacturers’ business strategies and practices influence the public’s’ access to healthcare. To date, my research has explored these practices in the following areas: brand name manufacturers’ manipulation of citizen petitions to delay the entry of  generic drugs into the market
  • pharmaceutical practices that exploit less robust informed consent protections afforded human subjects enrolled in clinical trials in developing countries
  • FDA prohibitions on generic manufacturers to change inadequately labelled pharmaceutical products
  • the effectiveness of the compulsory licenses under the DOHA Declaration in terms of developing countries access to essential medicines
  • and economic and regula...

Selected publications from the last five years. Full versions of these articles are available on my personal website: staceyblee.biz

  • Stacey B. Lee, Alexandra Murata, The Expanded Access Cure: A 21st Century Framework for Companies, Journal of Business Ethics 2017 (forthcoming).
  • Stacey B. Lee, Untested Drugs to Treat Ebola: A Case of Uncompassionate Compassionate Use? OH. N. UNIV. L. REV., Vol. 42, No. 2, 361- 394 (Spring 2016).
  • Stacey B. Lee, Drug Shortage Crisis: What Happens When Generic Manufacturers “Just Say No,” OR. L. REV. Vol. 93 No. 2, 355 – 402 (2014).
  • Stacey B. Lee, Can Incentives to Generic Manufacturers Save Doha’s Paragraph 6?, 44 Geo. J. Int’l L. 1387- 1421(2013).
  • Stacey B. Lee, Pliva v. Mensing: Generic Manufacturers’ Unfortunate Hand, 12 Yale J. Health Pol’y L. & Ethics 209-263 (Summer 2012).