Boston University School of Law

Frances H. Miller


Post-Legal: London School of Economics and Political Science, London, U.K.
(1965 - 1966). (Institute for Advanced Legal Studies)

Legal: Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA
J.D. cum laude, (1965)
Class Standing: 4/164 (86.62 average) Graduated cum laude.
Law Review, 1963-1965
West Pub. Co. Excellence in Legal Writing and Research Prize
American Jurisprudence awards: highest grades in Evidence and Constitutional Law

Undergraduate: Mount Holyoke College
A.B., 1960.
Major: Political Science - Economics

Secondary: Hingham High School, Hingham, MA
Class Standing: 3/145
Honors: National Honor Society
Finalist, National Merit Scholarships
Ada Bacon Scholarship: highest academic standing among women.


Boston University School of Law
Professor of Law (1981 - present)
Courses taught: Trusts & Estates; Health Law; Family Law; Food & Drug Law; Estate Planning (Seminar); Antitrust Issues in Health Care (Seminar); Health Care Resource Allocation (Seminar); Estate Planning and Future Interests.

Boston University School of Management
Professor of Health Care Management (1997 - present)

Boston University School of Public Health
Professor of Public Health (1983 - present)
(Original appt. was in School of Medicine, where Public Health was then a department.)

Nutter, McClennen & Fish, Boston, MA
Of Counsel (1993 - present)

Widett, Slater & Goldman, Boston, MA
Of Counsel (1987 - 1992)

Bowker, Elmes, Perkins, Mecsas & Gerrard, Boston, MA
Of Counsel (1976 - 1987)

Boston University School of Law
Associate Professor (1975 - 1982)

Massachusetts Rate Setting Commission
Commissioner (1974)
(Set Medicaid and Worker's Compensation rates of reimbursement, and approved Blue Cross reimbursement rates).

Powers and Hall, Boston, MA
Associate (1973 - 1976)

Boston University School of Law
Instructor, Lecturer, and then Adjunct Associate Professor of Law (1968 - 1975)

Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Assistant to Editor-in-Chief (1966 - 1971)
(case analysis and editorial work for ATL Journal and Newsletter.)

Legal Studies Institute, Boston University School of Law
Assistant to Director (Summer, 1964)
(Helped organize U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity poverty law programs.)

Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
Assistant Program Officer in Economic Development, (1960 - 1962)
(Drafted U.S. and state legislation; drafted constitutions, by-laws, and charters for the Indian and Eskimo tribes; worked on economic development for the Alaskan Native Tribes.)

U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Office of Public Information
Government Intern (Summer, 1959)

Fellowships and Grants

Fulbright Scholar, January - July, 1998. Grant awarded for continuing research on competition and regulation in British health systems.

Visiting Fellow, St. Catherine's College, Oxford University, Hillary Term 1998

Fulbright Scholar, January - July 1991. Grant awarded for research on the effects of competition on British health systems.

Kellogg Foundation National Fellowship, 1983-1986. Extensive travel studying health care delivery in Europe, Africa, South America, the Middle East, & China.

Visiting Professor

T. C. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland, Australia (Spring 2005).

University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas (Midwinter term 2006)

Visiting Scholar

London School of Economics Law Faculty. (Jan-Feb 2005).

The Kings Fund, London, for continuing research on the National Health Service and the General Medical Council. (Jan. – July 1998).

Wolfson College and the Faculty of Law, Cambridge University, King College London, and the Kings Fund Institute, for research on introducing internal markets to the National Health Service (Jan - June 1984).

St. Hilda's College and the Faculty of Law, Oxford University, for research on the National Health Service (Jan. - June 1984).


Neil M. Pike Scholar in Health & Disability Law, Boston University School of Law (2003 – present)

Yanakakis Faculty Research Scholar, Boston University School of Law (2002-03)

Merck Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Seton Hall Law School (2002)

Class of 1960 Scholar, Boston University School of Law (2000-01)

Honorary Doctorate (of Laws), Mount Holyoke College (1999).

Joseph Lipsitt Faculty Research Scholar, Boston University School of Law (1997-98).

The McDonald-Merrill-Ketcham Memorial Award from Indiana University School of Law and Indiana University School of Medicine (for Furthering Greater Understanding and Exchange of Opinions Between the Professions of Law and Medicine) (1996).

The Joseph M. Healey 1994 Health Law Teachers Award, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (for sustained excellence in health law teaching).

Silver Shingle Award (for service to Boston University School of Law) (1992).

Alumnae Medal of Honor (for service to Mount Holyoke College) (1990).

Metcalf Cup and Prize for Excellence in Teaching. (Boston University's highest award for teaching) (1989) .

Centennial Award, Boston University Women's Guild (1989).


Co-Principal Investigator on Grant # 1996/9 from the Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust (London, U.K.): A Comparative Analysis of Practice Guidelines in the US and UK: Hurdles and Levers. (UK £33,112)

Appointments and Elections

Trustee, Mount Holyoke College, 2004 – 2009.

Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, U.S. Fulbright Commission, External Evaluator for Fulbright-Sponsored exchange project re health law and policy between La Paz University, La Paz, Argentina, and Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.

Board of Directors Member, Joslin Diabetes Center, (1999 - ).

Harvard Medical School/Teaching Hospitals Genetic Testing Advisory Board Member (1999 - 2002).

Ireland/U.K. Fulbright Selection Committee Member for 2000-02, (Chair, 2001 & 2002).

Member, Board of Advisors, Health Law and Policy Abstracts (electronic journal published by the Legal Scholarship Network (1998 - ).

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of BioLaw & Business (1997 - ).

Member, Human Research Committee (Institutional Review Board), Partners HealthCare (Brigham and Womens, Dana Farber & Massachusetts General Hospitals) IRB, (1995 - ).

Member, Board of Directors, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (1996 - ), Executive Board Member & Corporate Sec’y (1998 - ). Chair, Search Committee for Board Chairman and President (1997).

Member, Advisory Board, New England Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Ctr. (1996 - ).

Member, Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects, Brigham and Women's Hospital , Boston, MA (1995 - 1997).

Editorial Advisory Board Member, Medicine and Culture, New York, (1995-2002).

Member, Massachusetts Advisory Committee on Public Disclosure of Physician Information (1994-1995) (Advisory Committee to the Secretary of Consumer Affairs appointed to make specific recommendations regarding needed legislative and public policy changes related to information regarding the competence and character of physicians practicing in the Commonwealth)

Member, Coordinating Group on Bioethics and the Law, American Bar Association (1991-1995).

Member, Honorary Degree Nominating Committee, Mount Holyoke College (1991-1995).

Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, Cambridge University (Spring Semester, 1991) for research on internal markets in the National Health Service.

Member, Task Force on Criminal Antitrust Enforcement in the Health Care Field, American Bar Association, Antitrust Section, (1989-1993).

Member, LL.M. Advisory Committee, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law (1987-1990).

Chair, Massachusetts Health Facilities Appeals Board (1986- ).

Member, American Bar Association Special Committee on Medical Professional Liability (1985-1986).

Member, Massachusetts Peer Review Organization Data Confidentiality Committee (1986-1990).

Member, Ethical-Legal Advisory Committee of Urban Medical Group (1983-1985) (Managed health care plan for severely disabled adults).

Member, Board of Directors, Data Analysis, Research and Development Fund, Inc. (1982-1983).

Member, Board of Directors, New England Legal Foundation (1982-1991); Member, Executive Committee (1986-1991); Honorary Trustee since 1992; Member, Legal Advisory Committee (1980-1991) Chair, 1985 - 1991). (Public interest law firm serving the business community).

Member, Legal Advisory Board, Family Health Plan, Inc. (Prepaid Health Plan in Framingham, Massachusetts) (1981-1983).

Member, Advisory Board to Adolescent Consultation Services, Inc., (affiliated with the Cambridge Court Clinic) (1980- ).

Member, Career Services Advisory Committee, Women's Educational and Industrial Union (1980-1984).

Public Representative, Mass. Statewide PSRO Council (1979-1981).

Member, Governor's Health Regulatory Agency Reorganization Group, Massachusetts Executive Office of Human Services (1977-1978).

Member, Special Study Commission of the Massachusetts General Court on the Equal Rights Amendment (1976-1977).

Trustee, Mount Holyoke College (1976-1981).

Member, Human Rights Review Committee of the Judge Baker Guidance Center, Children's Hospital Medical Center (1976-1992).

Member, Health Facilities Appeals Board (Massachusetts Certificate of Need Appeals Hearing Agency) (1974-80), Acting Chair, October-January, 1975-1976 and September-February, 1976-77.

Member, Search Committee for President of Mount Holyoke College (1977-1978).

Hearing Officer for Certificate of Need appeals, Maine and New Hampshire (1974-1978) (American Arbitration Association Panel).

Member, Advisory Council, Radcliffe Institute Programs in Health Care (1974-1976); Chair, Medical Ethics Subcommittee (1974-1976); Member, Executive Committee (1974-1976).

Public Representative, Commonwealth Hospital Admissions Monitoring Program (PSRO prototype agency; prospective and concurrent cost and quality screening of Medicaid hospitalizations) (1973-1977); Chair, Data Protocol Subcommittee (1974-1977).

Member, Massachusetts Health Policy Development Group (Advising the Department of Public Health re organization and delivery of health care services) (1973-1975).

Member, Advisory council on the Licensing of Hospitals, Hospital Surveys, and Construction Planning (Hill-Burton Advisory Council) (Health care facility grants, loans, and loan guarantees for construction and/or modernization) (1973-1975).

Member, Planned Giving Subcommittee, Board of Trustees, Mount Holyoke College (1972-1984)


Member, Boston University Planned Giving Advisory Council (1999 - )

Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Biolaw and Business (1997 - ).

Consultant, White House Task Force on Health Care Reform/Working Group on Malpractice and Tort Reform (1993).

Consultant, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Dept. of Health and Human Services (1990 - 1993).

Member, Phi Beta Kappa.

Two television series for PBS, produced by WMHT, Schenectady, NY; This is My Will (4-part series on estate planning) - 1983) and Fiscal Fitness (6-part series on estate and financial planning - 1985).

Faculty Editor and Faculty Advisor, American Journal of Law and Medicine (1984 - ).

Grant Review Panelist, Office of Program Co-Ordination and Review, Dept. of Health and Human Services (1982).

Consultant, National Center for Health Services Research, HEW (1977-1979).

Consultant, U.S. Army, Medical Command Europe, Heidelberg, Germany (1978-1980).

Primary drafter of regulations promulgated by Massachusetts Department of Public Health entitled "Regulations Requiring a Minimum Level of Uncompensated Medical Services in Massachusetts," implementing Hill-Burton Act requirements for free care (September 10, 1974).

Admitted to Practice: Massachusetts (1966), Federal District Court, Massachusetts (1979).

Member, American Health Lawyers Ass’n; American Society of Law and Medicine.

Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association.

Board of Editors, Journal of Nursing Law and Ethics (1977-1982).

Executive Council Member, American Society of Law and Medicine (1981-1983).

Executive Board Member, Boston University Law School Alumni Assn. (1976 - ).


"Comparative Effectiveness of Pharmaceutical Interventions: Is the US Getting N.I.C.E. About Time in a Bottle?" Drexel University Law Review  (forthcoming). 

"Medical Error, Adverse Drug Reactions & Patient Safety: The 'Precautionary Principle' in the US and the EU," in Risk Management in a Complex World: A Transatlantic Dialogue on Precaution, J. Weiner & M. Rogers, eds.,   (forthcoming). 

"The Top Ten Patient Rights Advances of the Past Half Century," Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy  (forthcoming). 

"A Quality Life," in Symposium on Developments in International Disability Sport Law, 27 Boston University International Law Journal ix (2009). 
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"Reviews in Medical Ethics: Stumbling on Options," review of Timothy Stoltzfus Jost, Readings in Comparative Health Law & Bioethics, 2d ed., Carolina Academic Press (2007), 36 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 851 (2008). 
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"Contracting for Healthcare Quality," in Biomedical Ethics: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Moral Issues in Medicine and Biology 303, David Steinberg, ed., University Press of New England (2007). 

"Foreword: The Politics of Health Law: Any Tipping Points in View?" in Symposium on The Politics of Health Law, 29 Western New England Law Review 265 (2007). 
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"Consolidating Pharmaceutical Regulation Down Under: Policy Options and Practical Realities," 26 University of Queensland Law Journal 111 (2006). 
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"Foreword: Globe-Hopping Pharmaceuticals," in Symposium, Globe-Hopping Pharmaceuticals, 32 American Journal of Law & Medicine 153 (2006). 
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Book Review, Law in Public Health Practice,  R. A. Goodman, et al., eds., Oxford University Press (2002), 61 Social Science & Medicine 2661 (2005). 

"Globalizing Pharmaceutical Regulation: Leveling up or Letting down Our Guard?" 3:3 Law and Bioethics Report  (2004). 

"Vaccines and Immunotherapies to Control Addiction in Minors: The Legal Framework," with Kaley Klanica, in New Treatments for Addiction: Behavioral, Ethical, Legal and Social Questions 276, H. J. Harwood & T. G. Myers, eds., National Academy of Sciences (2004). 

"Why Don't Doctors & Lawyers (Strangers in the Night) Get Their Act Together?" review of Peter Jacobson, Strangers in the Night: Law and Medicine in the Managed Care Era, Oxford University Press (2002), 102 Michigan Law Review 1295 (2004). 
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"The Hidden Hazards of Clinical Trials," 39 Trial Magazine 50 (2003). 

"Introduction: Patient Rights and Health Care Resources: Two Sides of an Irregular Coin," in Rights and Resources vi, F. Miller, ed., Ashgate (2003). 

"The National Resident Matching Program and Antitrust," 289 Journal of the American Medical Association 913 (2003). 

Rights and Resources, editor, Ashgate (2003). 

"A Roadmap for Health Care Accountability," review of E. Haavi Morreim, Holding Health Care Accountable: Law and the New Medical Marketplace, Oxford University Press (2001), 33:2 Hastings Center Report 46 (2003). 

"Life, Death and Stem Cells," Boston University School of Law Women's Issues Newsletter  (2002). 

"Phase Two of the Genetics Revolution: Sophisticated Issues for Home and Abroad," 28 American Journal of Law & Medicine 145 (2002). 
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Medical Error Reporting: Professional Tensions Between Confidentiality and Liability, with Wendy Mariner, Issue Brief for the Massachusetts Health Policy Forum (2001).  PDF  

"Trusting Doctors: Tricky Business When It Comes to Clinical Trials," 81 Boston University Law Review 423 (2001). 
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"Contracting for Health Care Quality," Spring 2000 Medical Ethics 4 (2000). 

"Health Care Information Technology & Provider Accountability: A Symbiotic Relationship," in Law & Medicine 27, M. Freeman and A. D. Lewis, eds., Oxford University Press (2000). [Volume 3 Current Legal Issues series] 

"In Memoriam: Celebration of the Life of Michael Ward Melton," 80 Boston University Law Review 352 (2000). 
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"Lessons to Be Learned from Harvard Pilgrim HMO's Fiscal Roller Coaster Ride," with Walter W. Miller Jr., 28 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 287 (2000). 
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"Practice Guidelines and Medical Malpractice Liability," in Practice Guidelines  , M. Field, ed., Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (1999). 

"Preface," in Symposium, Electronic Medical Information: Privacy,Liability and Quality Issues, 25 American Journal of Law & Medicine 191 (1999). 
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"Culture, Economics and Choice," with George Annas, in Some Choice: Law, Medicine, and the Market 63, Oxford University Press (1998). 

"Doctors in the Executive Suite: Should the U.S. and U.K. Be Putting M.D. Licensure at Risk for Shortfalls in Institutional Quality of Care?" 31 Journal of Health and Hospital Law 217 (1998). 

"Health Care Information Technology and Informed Consent: Computers and the Doctor-Patient Relationship," 31 Indiana Law Review 1019 (1998). 
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Hurdles and Levers: A Comparative U.S. - U.K. Study of Guidelines, with P. Day & R. Klein, Nuffield Foundation (1998). 

"Medical Malpractice Implications of Referral to Providers of Alternative Medicine," with D.M. Studdert, et al., 280 Journal of the American Medical Association 1610 (1998). 

"Practice Guidelines and Medical Ethics," 8 Medical Ethics Newsletter 1 (Winter 1998). 

"Practice Guidelines and Medical Ethics: Part II," 10 Medical Ethics Newsletter 7 (Summer 1998). 

"The Effect of Culture and Economics on Informed Consent in Japan," with George Annas, Tsukuba Review of Law and Political Science  (1997). 

"Foreword," in Symposium, Managed Care Phase Two - Structural Changes and Equity Issues, 23 American Journal of Law and Medicine 188 (1997). 
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"Medical Discipline in the 21st Century: Can Purchasers Do It?" in Symposium on Medical Malpractice: External Influences & Controls, 60 Law & Contemporary Problems 31 (1997). 
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"Capitation & Physician Autonomy: Master of the Universe or New Prisoner's Dilemma? (What Can Britain's National Health Service Experience Teach Us?)," in Symposium on Physician Decision Making and Managed Care, 6 Health Matrix 125 (1996). 
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"Doctor Profiling: Why Physicians? Why Now? (& a Realistic Appraisal of Your Concerns)," 60 Worcester Medicine 10 (1996). 

"Foreword: The Promise and Problems of Capitation," in Symposium, The Promise and Problems of Capitation, 22 American Journal of Law and Medicine 167 (1996). 
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"Gag Clauses, Medical Ethics and the Law," 2 Lahey Hitchcock Clinic Medical Ethics Newsletter 4 (1996). 

"Illuminating Patient Choice: Releasing Physician-Specific Data to the Public," in Symposium on Competition and Consumerism: Striking a Balance, 8 Loyola Consumer Law Reporter 125 (1996). 
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"Legal Ramifications of the NCCN Practice Guidelines: Good Medicine Is Good Law," in Symposium on NCCN Practice Guidelines for Cancer, 10 Oncology 35 (1996). 

"Doctors' Conflicts of Interest (& Altruism) in the United States and Great Britian," review of Marc A. Rodwin, Medicine, Money & Morals: Physicians' Conflicts of Interest, Oxford University Press (1993), 27 Indiana Law Review 687 (1994). 
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"The Empire of Death: How Culture and Economics Affect Informed Consent in the US, the UK, and Japan," with George. A. Annas, 20 American Journal of Law & Medicine 357 (1994). Reprinted in Rights and Resources 25, Frances H. Miller, ed., Ashgate (2003).  
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"Genetic Blueprints, Employer Cost-Cutting, and the Americans with Disabilities Act," with Philip A. Huvos, 46 Administrative Law Review 369 (1994). 
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"Health Insurance Purchasing Alliances: Monopsony Threat or Procompetitive Rx for Health Sector Ills?" 79 Cornell Law Review 1546 (1994). 
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"Infant Resuscitation and the Law: Trans-Atlantic Judicial Disparity on the Role of Clinical Judgement," 343 The Lancet 1584 (1994). 

"Malpractice Liability and Physician Autonomy," 342 The Lancet 973 (1993). 

"Competition Law and Anticompetitive Professional Behavior Affecting Health Care," 55 The Modern Law Review 453 (1992). 
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"Denial of Health Care and Informed Consent in English and American Law," 18 American Journal of Law & Medicine 37 (1992). 
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"Economics, Fiduciary Standards and Medical Malpractice Liability," in Proceedings of the Third European Symposium of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health International Academy of Law and Mental Health (1992). [Italian and English] 

"Health Policy, Competition and Professional Behavior," in Health care U.K.  , John Appleby, ed., King's Fund (1992). 

"Maternal/Fetal Conflicts: Narrowing the Controversy," in Philosophy and Health Care 113, M. Menlowe & E. Matthews, eds., Avebury Press (1992). 

"Maternal-Fetal Ethical Dilemmas: A Guideline for Physicians," 10 Seminars in Anesthesia 157 (1991). 

"The Doctor's Changing Role in Allocating U.S. and British Medical Services," with R. Lee, in Symposium Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Health Law and Ethics, 18 Law, Medicine & Health Care 69 (1990). 
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"The Human Genome Initiative: Probate Court Implications," in Course Materials  , American College of Probate Judges (Nov. 1990). 

"Surrogate Fatherhood," review of Martha Field, Surrogate Motherhood: The Legal and Human Issues, Harvard University Press (1988), 70 Boston University Law Review 169 (1990). 
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"The Antitrust Perspective on Health Industry Competition," 12 Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration 128 (1989). 

"The Biological Father's Rights in the Adoption Context: Before and Beyond Baby M," in Course Materials  , American College of Probate Judges (Spring 1989). 

"Health Planning in a Competitive Environment: An Oxymoron?" review of Cost, Quality and Access in Health Care: New Roles for Health Planning in a Competitive Environment, Frank A. Sloan, et al., eds., Jossey-Bass Publishers (1988), 10 Journal of Legal Medicine 763 (1989). 

"Practice Guidelines and Medical Malpractice Liability," in Practice Guidelines  , M. Field, ed., Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (1989). 

"Antitrust Quandaries of Health Administrators," Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration  (1988). 

"Teaching Antitrust to Health Law Students: Peer Review As a Case Study," in Symposium on Teaching Health Law, 38 Journal of Legal Education 545 (1988). 
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"Vertical Restraints and Powerful Health Insurers: Exclusionary Conduct Masquerading as Managed Care?" 51 Law and Contemporary Problems 195 (1988). 
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"Antitrust Laws: Protecting Competition in an Era of Oversupply," 2:3 Massachusetts Medicine 23 (1987). 

"Brain Tissue Transplants: Another Case for Legislation?" 3 Massachusetts Medicine 21 (1987). 

"Cost Control and Physician Liability," 2:5 Massachusetts Medicine 23 (1987). 

"Good News About Cost Cuts - Physicians Still Have the Last Word," 2 Massachusetts Medicine 23 (1987). 

"The Inapplicability of Market Theory to Adoptions," 67 Boston University Law Review 99 (1987). 

"Physician Autonomy: U.S. v. U.K.," 2:1 Massachusetts Medicine 19 (1987). 

"A Comment on Posner's Market for Babies," with Tamar Frankel, 66 Boston University Law Review 99 (1986). 

"Informed Consent for the Man on the Clapham Omnibus: An English Cure for the 'American Disease'?" 9 Western New England Law Review 301 (1987). 
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"Informed Consent in Massachusetts: Shoot the Messenger," 1:2 Massachusetts Medicine 35 (1986). 

"Medical Malpractice: Do the British Have a Better Remedy?" 11 American Journal of Law and Medicine 433 (1986). 
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"The Painful Prescription: A Procrustean Perspective?" with Graham Miller, 314 New England Journal of Medicine 1383 (1986). 

"The Pregnant Woman v. The Fetus at Risk: Rights in Conflict?" 1 Massachusetts Medicine 17 (1986). 

"Political Analysis and American Medical Care by Theodore Marmor," 7 Sociology of Health and Illness 118 (1985). 

"Reflections on Organ Transplantation in the United Kingdom," 13 Law, Medicine and Health Care 31 (1985). 
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"Biological Monitoring: The Employer's Dilemma," 9 American Journal of Law and Medicine 387 (1984). 
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"In Vitro Fertilization and Other Non-Coital Reproduction Techniques," in Course Materials  , National College of Probate Judges (Nov. 1984). 

"Secondary Income from Recommended Treatment: Should Fiduciary Problems Constrain Physician Behavior?" in The New Health Care for Profit: Doctors and Hospitals in Competitive Environment 153, Bradford H. Gray, ed., National Academy Press (1983). 

"Standards of Medical Care Based on Consensus Rather Than Evidence: The Case of Routine Bedrail Use For the Elderly," with Howard S. Rubenstein, et al., 11 Law, Medicine and Health Care 271 (1983). 
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"Tax Planning for Financing Higher Education," 1983 Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly 20 (Winter 1983). 

"45 Landmark Decisions: Four Experts Look at the Most Significant Cases Handed Down During the Last Two Decades," with Monroe L. Inker, et al., 5 Family Advocate 32 (1982). 

"Dying in Hospice: Legal Problems," in Course Materials  , National College of Probate Judges (Nov. 1982). 

"Proposals for Child-Centered Divorce," in Course Materials  , National College of Probate Judges (Nov. 1982). 

"Boycotts and Collective Bargaining by Health Care Providers Vis-a-Vis Independent Prepayment Plans," in Course Materials  , National Health Lawyers Association (1981). 

"Antitrust and Certificate of Need: Of HSA's the Planning Act and Regulatory Capture," 68 Georgetown Law Journal 873 (1980). Reprinted in BNA's Specialty Law Digest: Health Care
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"Why Do We Regulate Health Care?" 1980 Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly 31 (Spring 1980). 

"Medicolegal Reference Shelf," with A. Edward Douders & Elliot L. Sagall, eds., 7 Medicolegal News 22 (1979). 
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"Overview and Current Trends in Malpractice Law," in Course Materials  , MCLE-NELI [Malpractice Seminar] (1979). Updated and republished in Course Materials, National Conference on Women and the Law (1981). 

"Medicolegal Reference Shelf," with E. Douders & E. L. Sagall, eds., 6 Medicolegal News 20 (1978). 
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"How to Disinherit the I.R.S. and Other Moral Tales," 1977 Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly 16 (Summer 1977). 

"PSRO Data and Information: The Issue of Disclosure to State Health Regulatory Agencies," 57 Boston University Law Review 245 (1977). 
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"The Rights of the Employee As Patient," 25 Journal of Occupational Health Nursing 11 (1977). 

Book Review, Sylvia A. Law, Blue Cross: What Went Wrong?, Yale University Press (1974), 55 Boston University Law Review 147 (1975). 
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"The Hill-Burton Act and Delivery of Uncompensated Medical Services," 2 Medicolegal News 1 (1974). 

Book Review, Marvin B. Sussman, et al., The Family and Inheritance, Russell Sage Foundation (1970), 2 Commentaries 26 (1973). 

"Wife's Tort Liability as Tenant by the Entirety," 44 Boston University Law Review 247 (1964). 
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