|About the Section|
Established in 1988-1989 as a Section of The Florida Bar, the Section currently has approximately 1,100 members.
Goals of the Health Law Section include providing an organization within The Florida Bar open to members of The Florida Bar and others with an interest in health law and to provide a forum for communication and education leading to the improvement and development of the field of health law. Another goal is serving the bar and the public generally in interpreting and carrying out the professional needs and objectives in the area of health law.
To join the Health Law Section, submit an application for regular membership or an application for affiliate membership.
The Section is organized into Divisions and Standing Committees and is governed by an Executive Council.
Membership is open to any member of The Florida Bar in good standing and interested in the purposes of the Section. Affiliate membership is open to those who practice a profession dealing with healthcare such as physicians, nurses, administrators and allied health practitioners.
This Web Site was created in June of 1998 to provide up-to-date content to its members. It is through this Web Site that the Section hopes to provide content such as Section and committee meeting agendas, minutes and schedules; membership information; committee directories; input forms for use by members; CLE schedules; Section publications to include excerpts from its Newsletter; news about the Section and The Florida Bar; court and administrative hearing cases of interest; rule development information and Internet links for members.
Goals and objectives of the Health Law Section, adopted June 23, 1995, are as follows: