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Member Spotlight: Nicolas P. Terry

Member Spotlight
ASLME Member:
Nicolas P. Terry
Health law enthusiasts will enjoy listening to ASLME member Nicolas Terry’s podcast This Week in Health Law.

Terry, who is the Hall Render Professor of Law at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law where he serves as the Executive Director of the Hall Center for Law and Health, and his co-presenter Frank Pasquele discuss pressing topics in health law.

“We started it without any concrete ambitions. Speaking for myself I thought we’d run out of things to discuss by the third episode,” says Terry. “But by then we had hit on our current formula—invite great guests who are super knowledgeable about health law and policy and try to keep quiet!”

Terry has been actively involved with ASLME since he attended his first Health Law Professors Conference.

“I really didn’t have a clue what ‘Health Law’ was, but immediately I found myself surrounded by all these smart and super friendly people who did,” recalls Terry. “My impression of ASLME and its work has been unwavering ever since!”

Terry’s work focuses on a variety of areas such as health privacy, social media and health, big data, and health care fragmentation. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the non-profit Patient Privacy Rights and he is a member of the US Department of Health and Human Services Health IT Policy Committee’s Consumer Workgroup. Additionally, Professor Terry is a regular blogger at Harvard Law School’s Bill of Health.

Prior to joining the faculty at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Professor Terry worked at Saint Louis University School of Law.  He has been a Senior Fellow at Melbourne Law School and has held faculty positions at the law schools of Santa Clara University, the University of Missouri-Columbia, Washington University, and the University of Iowa. Prior to joining the academic field, he was Director of Legal Education at LEXIS-NEXIS. Terry received his legal education at Kingston University and the University of Cambridge.

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