The COVID-19 crisis raises a number of important legal issues. The matter of federal authority, growing principally out of the White House’s orders, looms large. The actions of governors and local authorities have been especially critical, as emergency shelter-in-place and other important regulations are directed at individuals and businesses. Health care strategies, such as telemedicine, and decisions of the Food & Drug Administration prompt specialized legal considerations. At the person-to-person level, many matters of legal duty and liability arise, emerging from contracts, insurance, and employment relations.
Law in the Time of COVID-19: A Northwestern Teach-OutNorthwestern University
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Northwestern University is a private research and teaching university with campuses in Evanston and Chicago, Illinois, and Doha, Qatar. Northwestern combines innovative teaching and pioneering research in a highly collaborative environment that transcends traditional academic boundaries.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM LAW IN THE TIME OF COVID-19: A NORTHWESTERN TEACH-OUT
Its one of the best course keeping in mind this current pandemic situation where everyone is dealing out with each & every aspect by accepting "New Normal".
This was a very well curated course. All of the videos and readings were well presented and so informative. Thanks for offering this course!
This was an interesting course. It would be nice if I could have purchased a certificate for the course!
Was great information on what it is we need to know what’s going on behind COVID-19
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