Health Law and Ethics Network (HLEN) was formally established at Melbourne Law School in 2018

The key objectives of HLEN are to promote high quality, inter-disciplinary research, teaching and engagement in health law and ethics, and to foster collaboration among scholars and clinicians across the University of Melbourne and Parkville precinct. The research facilitated by the Network is directed towards growing the scholarship, offering policy solutions to governments, informing judicial decision-making, and providing input into clinical practice guidelines.

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Health Law and Ethics Network (HLEN) on the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 and its health, economic, social and political consequences have generated important questions for health law and ethics. Through their research, teaching and service to the public, members of the Health Law and Ethics Network at Melbourne Law School are offering informed, insightful and innovative responses to these legal, ethical and policy challenges.

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