TA Webinar: Reimbursement Opportunities for Food Is Medicine Providers


Food Is Medicine Massachusetts (FIMMA) invites you to a panel presentation and discussion focused on a broad spectrum of reimbursement opportunities for FIM services through partnerships with health care payers. The panel, comprised of health care payers and policy experts, and Massachusetts-based FIM providers, will share their expertise and experience with navigating the Massachusetts health […]

Health Law & Policy Clinic Open House

Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation 1697 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

Join the Health Law & Policy Clinic (HLPC) for an open house on Tuesday, March 29 at 12:45 pm at 1607 Mass Ave, 4 floor.  HLPC offers the opportunity for students to gain firsthand insight into the work of a practicing health care attorney. Staff will share ongoing projects within the Health Care Access, Whole Person […]

Food Litigation – A Year in Review

WCC Classroom 1015

Please join the Food Law & Policy Clinic and the Food Law Society of Harvard Law School as we host alum Tommy Tobin (HLS ’16) and David Biderman from Perkins Coie, who will be speaking on their extensive experiences in food and beverage litigation. Grab-and-Go Lunches will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. This […]

Getting PrEP: What Your Insurance Should Cover


Tuesday, Dec. 14 at 6:00 PM (ET) This conversation will focus on how consumers can learn more about how to get access to PrEP, and how community-based organizations are helping people connect to preventive care and programs to expand access to PrEP. RSVP HERE

Conversation on Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes with Marcel Pratt, former City Solicitor of Philadelphia

Please join the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) and the Harvard Food Law Society (FoodSoc) in a conversation with Marcel Pratt, former City Solicitor of Philadelphia. He will discuss the legal, political, and social challenges that the City of Philadelphia faced in becoming the first large U.S. city to pass a sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax.

Fighting Food Waste to Improve Food Security: Solutions for People and the Planet

REGISTER NOW: https://fbli.foodbanking.org/fbli-sessions/fighting-food-waste-to-improve-food-security-solutions-for-people-and-the-planet/ On 14 July, The Global FoodBanking Network, WRAP, and the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic are hosting a panel discussion on global progress toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals 2 (Zero Hunger) and 12.3 (Halve global per capita food waste). This special event, which runs in parallel with the United […]

Addressing Health Equity in Cancer Prevention: Spotlight on Radon in Kentucky

The ability to reduce one’s risk for radon exposure and its serious negative effects on health is a health equity issue. Without strong and comprehensive disclosure, testing, and mitigation policies, at-risk individuals with less agency to address exposure—people with fewer financial resources to dedicate towards mitigation, people in areas with less access to testing and […]

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