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Health Law

Established in 1997, the Quinnipiac Health Law Journal specializes in the areas of health law and policy, biomedical ethics and medical-legal research, both domestic and international. In a legal landscape constantly in flux, the journal positions itself on the front lines of changes, regulations and practices of health care institutions at state, local and federal levels. Scholarship also examines the many legal threads which connect providers, payers, vendors and patients in our health care system. Featured topics include forensic evidence, legal medicine, long-term care for the elderly, fraud and abuse enforcement and compliance, and medical malpractice.

The journal is designed for law school students and faculty as well as the broader health sciences community at Quinnipiac and beyond.

Previous Issue

Volume 24, Issue 2, 2021


Reshaping The Cigarette With Less Regulations And More Nicotine: How Juul Reversed A Generation Of Work Following The Cigarette Industry Playbook

Gregory Bailey

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Playing With Fire: Why Australian Legislators Must Legalise E-Cigarettes

Marilyn Bromberg & Nicholas Cardaci

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Cause Of Death? Speech: The Problems With Criminalizing The “Encouragement” Of Suicide

Niko Dimopoulos

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Editorial Board


  • Alexa Binkowitz

Executive Managing Editor

  • Grace Braun-Fales

Executive Business Editor

  • Andrew Keller

Lead Articles Editor

  • Jordan Levin

Research & Symposium Editor

  • Catherine Ingersoll

Publication Editors

  • Brittany Eckard
  • Ryann Glushek
  • Jennifer Guzzardi
  • Asher Sizler-Fletcher

Supervising Note Editors

  • Nina Catanzaro
  • Julia McQuade
  • Alessandra Santacroce
  • Christine Taylor

Associate Editors

  • Aidan M. Ely
  • Brendan Dakin

Staff Members

  • Lauren Baretta
  • Cameron Chaplen
  • Amanda DiFrancesca
  • Evan Foley
  • Michelle Grieco
  • Kesang Lama
  • Carolyn Lenoci
  • Drake Marchese
  • Elisabeth McMahon
  • Kristen Oleskewicz
  • Ashley Reding
  • Francesca Testa

Faculty Advisors

  • Kevin M. Barry
  • Jennifer L. Herbst
  • Elizabeth S. Tanaka

Back Issues

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To subscribe to the Quinnipiac Health Law Journal, please email healthlaw@qu.edu.

To order a single issue directly from Quinnipiac Health Law Journal for $13 per issue, please email healthlaw@qu.edu or mail a check with your order to:

Quinnipiac Health Law Journal
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LW-ORG
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908


The Quinnipiac Health Law Journal prides itself in paying close attention to the needs of its authors, providing a thorough and personalized editing experience. Our editing process includes six tiers of editing, all while keeping in mind the tone and voice of the author's submission. We strive to make all submissions the best they can be before print. 

The Quinnipiac Health Law Journal accepts submissions via postal mail, email or direct submission through Scholastica. Please include a curriculum vitae with any submissions.


Quinnipiac Health Law Journal
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LW-ORG
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908


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Quinnipiac Health Law Journal
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LW-ORG
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908

Phone: 203-582-3275
Email: healthlaw@qu.edu