Journal of Law and Health Call for Papers 2024-25 Symposium

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Financial Pitfalls and Promises: Addressing Modern Challenges in Healthcare Finance

Health law and finance are two vital pillars of modern healthcare systems, each playing a critical role in shaping the delivery, accessibility, and affordability of healthcare services. The intersection of these two fields presents a rich landscape for exploration, offering insights into the intricate dynamics that govern the healthcare industry. In recognition of this, we invite scholars, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to contribute to a comprehensive discussion through our upcoming conference on healthcare finance.

This interdisciplinary conference aims to foster dialogue and collaboration among professionals from law, finance, healthcare administration, public health, economics, and related fields. We welcome submissions that delve into various aspects of healthcare finance, including but not limited to: healthcare innovation policy, healthcare financing models, health insurance regulation, healthcare payment systems, medical liability and malpractice, healthcare antitrust and competition law, health information privacy and security, and healthcare fraud and abuse.

We invite submissions of original research papers, policy analyses, case studies, theoretical frameworks, empirical studies, and interdisciplinary perspectives. Submissions may range from theoretical inquiries to applied research with practical implications for policymakers, healthcare practitioners, industry stakeholders, and the public.

Important Dates:

Abstract Submission Deadline: August 15, 2024 Notification of Acceptance: September 15, 2024
Draft Submission Deadline (Tentative): November 1, 2024 Conference Date (Tentative): November 8, 2024

Submission Guidelines:

Abstracts should be no more than 300 words and include key objectives, methodology, and expected contributions. Full papers should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words, including references, and formatted according to The Bluebook (21st Ed.). (Authors who do not publish primarily in law journals may use alternative reference formatting that our editors will convert to Bluebook upon submission.)

Please submit your abstracts and inquiries to For more information and updates, visit

Join us in advancing knowledge, promoting dialogue, and driving innovation at the nexus of health law and finance. Your contributions are crucial in shaping the future of healthcare for generations to come.

Gilbert Jones, MA, MLIS
Senior Editor, 
Journal of Law and Health Cleveland State University College of Law Cleveland, OH 44115