Kathleen M. Boozang

Seton Hall Law

Kathleen M. Boozang joined theSeton Hall Law School faculty in 1990 after representing hospitals for several years in private practice. Professor Boozang, together with her colleagues, founded Seton Hall Law’s Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law, the MLS and LLM programs, as well as the law school’s global Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program. Boozang has served in a number of administrative capacities during her tenure at Seton Hall including Vice Provost, Dean, and Associate Dean (twice). She was a visiting scholar at Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School as well as a visiting professor teaching health law at the University of California in San Francisco. Boozang is a Fellow of both the Hastings Center and the American Health Lawyers Association, and has served on the boards of multiple hospitals as well as those ofASLME and AHLA. She has served as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics and co-Editor of Health Law Jotwell as well as on the editorial boards of the Journal of Life Sciences Compliance and the Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law. Boozang served for many years on the New York State Task Force on Life and the Law, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center External Advisory Committee for CAM, the UMDNJ Pediatrics Bioethics Committee, the Hospital for Special Surgery Institutional Biosafety Committee, the Children’s Specialized Hospital Bioethics Committee, and the Patient Appeals Committee, Horizon Blue Cross. Professor Boozang received the Jay Healey Teacher of the Year Award in 2013.

Presentation (PDF format): NIL Necessitates Shared Medical Decision Making for College Athletes