Renée M. Landers

Life Sciences Program, Suffolk University Law School

Renée M. Landers is Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School and is the Faculty Director of the school’s Health and Biomedical Law Concentration and the Master of Science in Law Life Sciences program. At Suffolk, she teaches administrative law, constitutional law, health law, and privacy law. She was a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance and helped complete the organization’s reports Examining Approaches to Expanding Medicare Eligibility: Key Design Options and Implications and Assuring Economic Security for the 21st Century. She was a member of the Study Committee examining “A Fairer and More Equitable, Cost-Effective, and Transparent System of Donor Organ Procurement, Allocation, and Distribution” for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine which issued its report in February 2022. In addition to health care, Landers has written on diversity in the legal profession and privacy and is a regular commentator on legal developments in constitutional law, health law, and administrative law for media organizations.