A Conversation with Former Attorney General and Governor of Wisconsin Jim Doyle
The Harvard Health Law Society had a lunch talk with former Attorney General and Governor of Wisconsin Jim Doyle. The former governor discussed his experiences tackling public health issues through state politics and joined us for a Q&A session about health policy, health law careers, and politics. Governor Jim Doyle served as the 44th governor of Wisconsin and is recognized as a national leader in health care, energy, biotechnology, and many other areas. He has worked closely with the White House, high-ranking officials, and other governors. He currently serves as counsel for Foley & Lardner and is teaching a class at the Harvard School of Public Health this fall entitled “Health Policy, Leadership, and Politics at the State.”
Co-sponsored by the Center for Health Law Policy and Innovation and the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics.