Introducing Blogger Oliver Kim

The Petrie-Flom Center is pleased to welcome Oliver Kim to the Bill of Health as our newest contributor!

Oliver is an adjunct professor with the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a policy consultant in Washington, DC. He has over fifteen years of federal and state legislative and policy experience, including serving for eight years as a senior advisor to Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and two as deputy director for the Special Committee on Aging under Chairman Bill Nelson (D-FL). He was selected for the Woodrow Wilson foreign policy fellowship, the AcademyHealth Health Policy in Action award, the Hartford Foundation Change AGEnt program, and the American Council of Young Political Leaders’ international exchange program. He received his BA from Indiana University, JD from University of Minnesota, and LLM from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Representative publications:

  • Lois Magner and Oliver Kim. A History of Medicine (2018, 3rd ed.).
  • Oliver Kim, “Ebbs and Flows: Issues in Cross-Border Exchange and Regulation of Health Information,” 26 Annals of Health Law 39 (Winter 2017).
  • Oliver Kim, “Trying and dying: Are some wishes at the end of life better?” 7 Rutgers Journal of Bioethics 37 (Spring 2016).
  • Oliver Kim, “When Things Fall Apart: Liabilities and limitations of compacts between state and tribal governments,” 26 Hamline Law Review 49 (2003).
  • Oliver Kim, “The Driver’s Privacy Protection Act: On the Fast Track to National Harmony or Constitutional Chaos?” 84 Minnesota Law Review 223 (1999).

Welcome, Oliver!

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