Nicole Huberfeld

Boston University

Nicole Huberfeld is Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law at B.U. School of Public Health and Professor of Law at B.U. School of Law, where she is faculty in the Health Law Program and Co-Director of the B.U. Program on Reproductive Justice. Her research studies the intersection of health law and constitutional law, often focusing on federalism while studying the needs of vulnerable populations in health reform, Medicaid, and reproductive rights. She is co-author of two leading health law casebooks and many national and international book chapters, law journal articles, peer-reviewed articles, and commentaries. Her work has been cited in judicial opinions by the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal and state courts as well as by federal agencies. In 2019, she won an Excellence in Teaching Award at BUSPH, and she was nominated for teaching awards for three years in a row at B.U. Law. She also serves as Research Director for the Uniform Law Commission’s Joint Editorial Board on Health Law. Media quotes include the New York Times, NPR, Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Reuters, Huffington Post, Politico, Boston Globe, and Univision.

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