The Louisiana Society for Hospital Attorneys is an organization for attorneys who represent or work for hospitals. The Society's purpose shall be to advance the development of effective legal representation of Louisiana licensed hospitals. This is accomplished by providing a medium for the interchange of ideas and the dissemination of information and materials relative to health law, the provision of a forum on health law and hospital law issues, providing educational programs and other meetings in the area of health law, and by identifying and defining healthcare issues that affect hospitals. For more information on becoming a member, contact Advocacy Coordinator Meaghan Musso.
Annual Health Law Symposium
This event attracts healthcare attorneys and hospital CEOs from all over the state. It is a wonderful opportunity for you to reach out to legal professionals in the healthcare arena and get the latest legal and regulatory information affecting the healthcare industry. Attorneys will be able to obtain 12.5 MCLE credit hours, which includes the mandatory one hour of professionalism and the mandatory one hour of ethics. The Health Law Symposium is the most comprehensive program for healthcare law practitioners featuring materials on important health law topics from leading experts. So some sit in on the sessions, join in on the Q&A with the dynamic faculty; and network with colleagues to discuss the most relevant issues facing healthcare law practitioners.