About the Center
The Johns Hopkins Center for Law and the Public’s Health enhances the effectiveness and visibility of law as a tool to protect and promote the public’s health. Center faculty explore innovative uses of the law and conduct legal and empirical research in diverse areas related to public health, often working closely with policymakers and public health practitioners.
The Center also engages in education, training, collaboration, dissemination of information and the translation of research findings, and serves as a resource for practical and scholarly information about public health law.
In The News
JHSPH Clinic for Public Health Law & Policy Presents New Perspective on Lethal Injection Process and Calls Upon States to Cease Experimenting with Lethal Injection Drugs
Clinic Students Look at Food Products Containing Added Caffeine
Clinic Students Win MPH Practicum Recognition Award
Clinic Students Submit Recommendations on Sodium Reduction to Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, Maryland’s Secretary for Health and Mental Hygiene
Center faculty receive grant to assess influence of laws on the public health workforce's willingness to respond in emergencies
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Honors Stephen Teret
Center faculty member Lainie Rutkow receives NSF grant to study critical infrastructure and public policy
News ArchiveState Departments of Corrections Are Violating
FDA’s Investigational New Drug Regulations By
Experimenting With Lethal Injection Drugs