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Craig Konnoth

Sharswood Fellow & Lecturer in Law, Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Craig Konnoth

Craig works at the intersection of health and privacy law, and health law and LGBT issues.  He focuses on the ethical justification for information collection in the health context, and on how the collection of information is determined by, and in turn, determines and constructs, the institutions and entities that collect the information, and from whom the information is collected. Continue reading…


  • Health Law
  • AIDS Policy
  • Privacy Law
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Constitutional Litigation
  • Feminism
  • Health Care Policy
  • Gender Studies
  • Sexuality and the Law

Articles and Book Chapters

Health Information Equity, 164 U. PA. L. REV. (forthcoming (2017))

An Expressive Theory of Privacy Intrusions, 102 IOWA L. REV. (forthcoming (2017))

Religion and Psychiatry in the Sexual Orientation Change Therapy Cases, in LAW, RELIGION, AND HEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES (Cohen et al, eds.) (forthcoming (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2017).)

Spelling Out Spokeo, 164 U. PA. L. REV. ONLINE (2016) (with Seth F. Kreimer).

Symposium, Beyond IRBs: Designing Ethical Review Processes for Big Data Research, Classification Standards for Health Information: Ethical and Practical Approaches, 72 WASH. & LEE L. REV. ONLINE 395 (2016)

Revoking Rights, 66 HASTINGS L.J. 1365 (2015)

Comment, Section 5 Constraints on Congress through the Lens of Article III, and the Constitutionality of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, 120 YALE L.J. 1263 (2011)

Note, Created in its Image: The Race Analogy, Gay Identity, and Gay Litigation in the 1950s-1970s, 119 YALE L.J. 316 (2009)

More publications can be found here.

Research Areas

  • Health Information Privacy Law LGBT Health Issues


  • Health Law Privacy Law Civil & Appellate Procedure Antidiscrimination Law Constitutional Law LGBT & Antidiscrimination law

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