American Health Lawyers Association
Who We Are
The purpose of the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) at New England Law | Boston is to:
- provide a collegial forum for interaction and information exchange to enable its members to serve their clients and public more effectively;
- produce the highest quality nonpartisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues; and
- serve as a public resource on selected healthcare legal issues.
AHLA strives to provide resources to address the issues facing its active members, who will be practicing in law firms, government, in-house settings, and academia. The American Health Lawyers Association is non-profit, non-commercial, non-sectarian, and non-partisan.
Executive Board 2015 - 2016
- President: Sean S. Nabi '16
- Vice President: Kelsey Ruzzi '17
- Treasurer: Aysha Warsi '16
- Secretary: Vanessa Guzman '17
- National Association Representative: Katelyn Marinelli '17
- Evening Liaisons: Peter Saradjian '17, Karen Snyder '17
What We Do
The goal of the American Health Lawyers Association of New England Law | Boston is to promote legal awareness of the issues within the field of health law. We will promote and achieve these goals through hosting events that will:
- address specific issues facing law students;
- increase the interaction between law students within the institution, as well as the Greater Boston legal community; and
- promote diversity and critical awareness.
We support students' needs with education, speakers, and mentors. The AHLA has made great efforts to support our members by reaching out to the Boston community through the Boston Bar Association: Health Law Group and the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Health Law CLE classes. In addition, we have invited speakers to come and discuss their paths in health law and how to find our own paths. We have also hosted panel discussions to help introduce health law to the student body.
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For More Information
Please visit the AHLA website.