Clinical Professor of Law Emerita
B.S., University of Wisconsin
J.D., Yale Law School
Health Law and Policy
United States and Global Public Interest Law
Regulation and Governance
Transnational Public Interest Law
Louise G. Trubek is an Emerita Clinical Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Louise is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Yale Law School.
Louise is an active scholar and teacher in the fields of health law, public interest law, and regulation and governance. Recent publications are: "Improving Cancer Outcomes Through Strong Networks and Regulatory Frameworks: Lessons from the United States and the European Union" Journal of Health Care Law and Policy spring 2011 (with others); Public Interest Law: Facing the Problems of Maturity, University of Arkansas/Little Rock Law Review 2011; New Roles to Solve Old Problems: Lawyering for Ordinary people in Today's Context" New York Law Journal 2011 (with Marsha Mansfield) ; "The Unfinished Fight Over Contraception" Op-ed New York Times 2012; "Adopting Accountable Care Through the Medicare Framework" Seton Hall Law School Law Review 2012 (with Barbara Zabawa and Felice Borisy-Rudin).
Louise is a co-organizer of a Law and Society sponsored International Research Collaboration on Reflective Practitioners/Public Interest Law.She is coordinating the IRC with Scott Cummings (UCLA) and Frank Munger (New York Law School). The Wisconsin International Law Journal is publishing a symposium issue based on the IRC in 2014.
She served as an adjunct professor of law at Seton Hall Law School in 2010-12 teaching Health Law and Governance.
She was honored with the Founder's Award, Economic Justice Institute University of Wisconsin Law School in 2012.