Insurance Law, Legislation, & Policy eJournal
Editors: Aviva Abramovsky and Robin Paul Malloy
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that relate to the relationship between insurance and the law. The eJournal is interested in a wide range of topics with the focus of the journal being theoretical, empirical and critical examinations of insurance law, both public and private. The purpose of the journal is twofold. First, it covers concepts of private insurance doctrine defined broadly. Topics include, but are not limited to, treatments of traditional insurance products (life, health, disability, property-casualty, maritime and liability), broker-agents, access to insurance, the ethical implications for insurance funded attorneys and costs.

Second, it considers regulatory interests, public insurance programs (Medicare, Social Security, Workers Compensation, etc.) and the interplay of insurance law - public and private - with the broader legal structure, such as the tort system and estate laws. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged and invited.

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Editors: Aviva Abramovsky and Robin Paul Malloy
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law


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