About the Publication
The Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law (Journal) is a benefit of AHLA membership. The Journal provides in-depth legal analysis of timely health law issues that helps you advise your clients and organizations in the ever-changing world of health and life sciences law. The Journal’s editorial board are veteran members of the health law industry; they help identify topics that are critical to the health law profession and health care industry, and they provide professional peer review of all proposed articles.
Consistent with the AHLA’s educational mission, it is an objective of the Journal to be a forum for the free expression and interchange of ideas. Contributors to the Journal are not agents of AHLA. The opinions and positions stated in the Journal are those of the authors and not of AHLA, its staff, volunteers, editors, or editorial board.
The Journal (ISBN 978-1-4224-4585-3. ISSN 1942-4736) is published three times per year.
Request a Reprint
The reprint of AHLA publications (including the Journal) is handled by AHLA. To request reprint permission (which will be addressed on a case-by-case basis), please contact us at [email protected].
Subscriptions to the Journal are complimentary for members of AHLA.
Become an Author
AHLA encourages all health law professionals with expertise in the area of health and life sciences law to consider submitting a manuscript at any time throughout the year. If your office recently prepared a substantial legal memorandum, brief, or presentation on a timely health care legal topic, consider further developing your work into a submission. AHLA welcomes prospective authors to enlist colleagues as co-authors who will share the work. Please review the Journal of Health Law and Life Sciences Law Author Guidelines prior to submitting an article for publication.
AHLA Diversity+Inclusion Statement
In principle and in practice, AHLA values and seeks to advance and promote diverse and inclusive participation within the Association regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, or disability. Guided by these values, the Association strongly encourages and embraces participation of diverse individuals as it leads health law to excellence through education, information, and dialogue.