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Robert Greenwald

Robert Greenwald

Founder, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation

Clinical Professor of Law, Emeritus


To contact Professor Greenwald, please email Tam Nguyen, his faculty assistant.

About Robert Greenwald

Robert Greenwald is a Clinical Professor of Law, Emeritus at Harvard Law School and the Founder of the Law School’s Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation. In addition to teaching seminars in health and public health law and policy, for over 25 years Robert has been engaged in state and national research, policy development and advocacy to expand access to high-quality healthcare, reduce health disparities, and promote more equitable and effective healthcare systems.

Robert serves as co-chair of the Chronic Illness & Disability Partnership and the HIV Health Care Access Working Group. From 2000-2006 Robert served as a member of the President’s Advisory Council on AIDS and as co-chair of its Access to Care Sub-committee. Robert has also served as a consultant to the Health Resources Services Administration and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Community Advisory Board.

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