We’re excited to introduce David Orentlicher as a regular contributor to Bill of Health.
David is Samuel R. Rosen Professor and co-director of the Hall Center for Law and Health at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where he specializes in health care law and constitutional law. He also serves as President-elect of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics. A graduate of Harvard Law School and Harvard Medical School, he previously has taught as a visiting or adjunct professor at Princeton University, University of Chicago Law School, and Northwestern University Medical School. He also was director of the American Medical Association’s division of medical ethics for 6½ years. For six years, he served in the Indiana House of Representatives and drew on his experiences with partisan conflict in publishing Two Presidents Are Better Than One: The Case for a Bipartisan Executive (NYU Press 2013).
- Hall, Bobinski & Orentlicher, Health Care Law and Ethics (8th ed., Aspen 2013).
- Orentlicher, Matters of Life and Death: Making Moral Theory Work in Medical Ethics and the Law (Princeton University Press 2001)
- Orentlicher, “Abortion and Compelled Physician Speech,” Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics (forthcoming)
- Orentlicher, Pope and Rich, “The Changing Legal Climate for Physician Aid in Dying,” 311 JAMA 1961 (2014)
- Orentlicher, “Health Care Reform and Efforts to Encourage Healthy Choices by Individuals,” 92 North Carolina Law Review 1637 (2014)
- Orentlicher, “The FDA’s Graphic Tobacco Warnings and the First Amendment,” 369 New England Journal of Medicine 204 (2013)
- Orentlicher and David, Concussion and Football: Failures to Respond by the NFL and the Medical Profession, 8 FIU Law Review 17 (2013)
- Orentlicher, “Can Congress Make You Buy Broccoli? And Why It Really Doesn’t Matter,” 84 Southern California Law Review Postscript 9 (2011).
- Orentlicher, “Presumed Consent to Organ Donation: Its Rise and Fall in the United States,” 61 Rutgers Law Review 295-331 (2009)