Prof. Eric Feldman Posits that Biden Administration Should Consider Other Avenues Besides Appeal for Mask Mandate: Bloomberg
Prof. Allison Hoffman: Judge’s Order to Vacate Biden’s Mask Mandate is “too narrow” of a Reading of the Law: Bloomberg Law
On a panel of U.S. and Chinese scholars, Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses administrative law and COVID-19: US-China Dialogue
Prof. Jasmine Harris explains the increase in EEOC disability bias charges amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Bloomberg Law
Asst. Prof. of Law and bioethicist Holly Fernandez Lynch discusses regulatory issues concerning COVID-19 vaccine for young children: Penn Today
In upcoming Race and Regulation Series lecture, Columbia Law’s Olatunde C.A. Johnson will present ‘Vaccination Equity by Design’
Johnson’s lecture is the third of five Race and Regulation Series lectures scheduled this spring.
World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to deliver 2022 Holt Lecture at the Law School
Dr. Tedros will speak about the World Health Assembly’s efforts to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response.
In pathbreaking Bok course, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School students studied the law of pandemics
In “International Law and Pandemics,” students explored the role of international health law in the context of COVID-19.
At The Christian Science Monitor, Prof. Coglianese explains the potential far-reaching consequences of the SCOTUS decision that strikes down OSHA’s vaccine mandate
Coglianese predicts the Court will continue to “be suspicious of grand exercises of regulatory authority by federal agencies.”
Prof. Eric Feldman says SCOTUS decision denies ‘OSHA the opportunity to protect millions of workers from the possibility of COVID-19-related hospitalization and death’
Feldman is an expert in comparative public health law, particularly in the context of regulations surrounding COVID-19 and other urgent policy issues.