Articles & Resources from 2015

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    The Continuing Battle Over Privacy vs. Security

    October 14, 2015

    CHHS Senior Law and Policy Analyst Ellen Cornelius had the article “The Continuing Battle Over Privacy vs. Security” published by the Domestic Preparednesss Journal as part of their in-depth look at Cyber and IT in October 2015.

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    Why Education in the Law and Policy of Cybersecurity is a Must

    October 13, 2015

    The Fall 2015 edition of the United States Cybersecurity Magazine includes an article by CHHS Cybersecurity Program Manager Markus Rauschecker on the importance of expanding cyber education beyond technical abilities. Read the full article here.

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    Lee Presents Sleep Study Research At National Conference

    April 3, 2015

    CHHS Senior Law and Policy Analyst Clark Lee presented his public health research on drowsy driving in university students at an April 8, 2015 Graduate Research Interaction Day in College Park, Maryland, where he received first prize in the “Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior” category. He will also present at the ...

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    Building Trust and Breaking Down the Wall: The Use of Restorative Justice to Repair Police-Community Relationships

    March 6, 2015

    University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law student and CHHS Research Assistant Laura Merkey earned first place in a writing competition hosted by the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution (CSDR) and Missouri Law Review at the University of Missouri School of Law for her paper “Building Trust ...

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    Defusing the Bug Bomb: Legal Strategies to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Infections

    February 20, 2015

    As a University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law student and former CHHS Research Assistant, Andrew Geltman has focused on public health issues during his academic endeavors.  Published in the 2015 Journal of Health Care Law and Policy his article “Defusing the Bug Bomb: Legal Strategies to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Infections” explores legal strategies ...

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