Jill R. Horwitz

Jill R. Horwitz

Professor of Law
B.A. Northwestern University, 1988
M.P.P. Harvard University, 1994
J.D. Harvard University, 1997
Ph.D. Harvard University, 2002
(310) 206-1577

J. Horwitz

This course focuses on personal injury law, as it has developed within the Anglo-American legal tradition. In particular, the concept of negligence and the refinements of negligence law will be...

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J. Horwitz

This course is an introduction to the American health care system. It addresses the laws and policies governing medical practice and health care institutions. Subjects covered include: professional...

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J. Horwitz

Over the past several decades, the nonprofit sector has grown dramatically in wealth, size, and prominence. So has controversy over whether the benefits provided by nonprofit organizations justify...

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J. Horwitz

Health care is at the center of many of the most important and controversial policy issues in the U.S. This colloquium provides participants with an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge research...

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A few years ago, billionaire Leona Helmsley – the self-proclaimed Queen of Mean -- died of congestive heart failure. Many people thought that her death would mark the end of her, but she may...

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J. Horwitz / E. Zolt

This seminar examines some of the largest financial scandals of the past century to determine what lawyers did or did not do to facilitate or prevent their perpetration. The fraudulent offenders...

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M. Grady / J. Horwitz / A. Stremitzer

The UCLA Law and Economics Workshop is an interdisciplinary workshop attended by students and faculty members. Speakers from other universities will be invited to present working papers on law and...

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J. Horwitz

The U.S. health care system is the most expensive system (per capita) on earth, often not particularly effective at improving health, and terribly controversial. The members of this course will...

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J. Horwitz / L. McClelland

The U.S. health care system is the most expensive system (per capita) on earth, often not particularly effective at improving health, and terribly controversial. The members of this course will...

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