Monday, January 14, 2013

          Law and Health Sciences Student Handbook Now Available!

          The Consortium is pleased to announce the launch of the Law & Health Sciences Student Handbook! This book is designed for any UC Hastings student with an interest in the intersection of law, science & health policy. Find out how to get a job in this area, who to talk to on and off campus, what classes and clinics are available to you at UC Hastings and UCSF, and other tips. The handbook is available here.

          Take a look! We would love your feedback as well. Email Sarah Hooper at hoopers@uchastings.edu with thoughts or questions.

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