News & Events

FLPC Publishes Report on Local Food Procurement by Massachusetts State Agencies

The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) is pleased to release a report examining local food procurement efforts by Massachusetts state agencies in light of Massachusetts’ local food preference law. The report, Increasing Local Food Procurement by Massachusetts State Agencies, can be downloaded here; the executive summary can be downloaded here. In recent years, […]

Deans’ Food System Challenge winners will be announced April 29th!

We are pleased to invite you to this year’s Deans’ Challenges Demo Day on April 29th from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Harvard Innovation Lab! Join us for refreshments and hear the 20 finalist teams from four Deans’ Challenges showcase their exciting ventures to the Harvard/Cambridge/Boston community. The sponsoring Deans of each Challenge will announce the winners and runners-up […]

4/2 Webinar: Examining Hepatitis C Virus Treatment Access

Examining Hepatitis C Virus Treatment Access: A Review of Select State Medicaid Fee-For-Service and Managed Care Programs   When: Thursday, April 2, 2015 3:00 – 4:30 PM EST (2:00 – 3:30 PM CST/12:00 – 1:30 PM PST) What: The arrival of an HCV cure is an exciting development for the millions of Americans who suffer […]

Ryan White. Real Lives. Hear their stories and take action

Ryan White. Real Lives. is a national campaign presenting narratives on the importance of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program among communities affected by HIV, particularly states in the Deep South that have not expanded Medicaid. The campaign shares the stories of individuals and families around the country and from all walks of life who are living with HIV. […]

An Interview with Fulbright Scholar and FLPC Alumna Grace Nosek, HLS J.D. ’14

HLS Alumna Grace Nosek J.D. ’14 was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research. She is one of 22 students from across Harvard University to receive the prestigious grant. As a student at Harvard Law School, Grace participated in the Food Law and Policy Clinic. Taking pride in her achievement, the Office of Clinical Programs (OCP) […]

The Food Law and Policy Clinic Seeks a Clinical Fellow

The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, a division of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School, is seeking a Clinical Fellow to start in summer or early fall 2015. Duties & Responsibilities: Reporting to the Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic, the Fellow will work independently and […]

CHLPI Welcomes Visiting Scholar Karolina Gombert

The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation is pleased to welcome Karolina Gombert,  a PhD student from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, to Boston. Karolina is a recipient of Santander’s Mobility Award, given to postgraduate research students to help them gain the experience of a period of short-term study or research at a like-minded institution […]

Food Law and Policy Clinic Joins Other Harvard Faculty for Lightning Lectures on Food

Emily Broad Leib, Director of CHLPI’s Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), joined other Harvard faculty members and lecturers on February 27 for the Food+ Research Symposium. She was an organizer and also presented “The Role of Law and Policy Research in Our Food System; Case Study on Food Waste,” based on the Food Law […]

PATHS Toward Successful Policy Advocacy: CHLPI Hosts Workshop at Together on Diabetes™ Summit

The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation team presented a half-day Policy Advocacy Workshop at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation’s Together on Diabetes™ Summit. Three Harvard Law School students reflect on the day and the important work performed by the attendees as they sought to refine and develop implementation plans for their policy goals. ————– By: Kristen Gurley […]

13 Million Americans at Risk of Losing Health Insurance in King v. Burwell

On Wednesday, March 4th, the Supreme Court begins deliberations in King v. Burwell, a legal case that threatens to strip away premium subsidies from two-thirds of states, thus putting low- to moderate-income Americans at risk of losing the health care coverage that was fought for through the Affordable Care Act. At the core of CHLPI’s […]