Health Law History Blog

Ubaka Ogbogu, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta is writing what I expect will be a very useful blog called Health Law in British North America. The blog is very new – there are only a couple of posts, but they lead to some interesting places in google books – historical statutes of Canada for example.

I like that the blog links to places I rarely visit:
British Library: Canadian Collections
History Matters
NLM:Medicine in the Americas, 1619-1920
SSRN Legal History Page

Professor Ogbogu’s teaching and research interests include health law, law and bioethics, law and biotechnology, and the legal history of biomedicine, public health and health care policies. I hope he continues with this blog. You can also find him on Twitter.

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Comments

  1. And he’s witty in person, too.

  2. Thanks for the mention! Now I also have to work harder to live up to what David’s comment implies.

  3. If I’d phrased that properly, you could have said my comment referred only to you, in person. Didn’t think of that when I wrote it. Mea culpa (g)

    David

  4. If you’re looking for Canadian legal history, I’ve got thousands of pages of legal books from the 1800′s online at http://www.1850lawyers.com.