2015 was not the blogging year I thought it would be when I started. While it felt to be a productive start after getting my inspiration at the Michigan State University College of Law LegalLaunchPad’s Social Media Workshop, something happened mid-August . . .(actually starting law school?) By the time the semester was over, sitting at the computer was the last thing on my mind. Even my planned 2015 recap post was a bit delayed (to today).
Now that my 1L year is winding to a close, I am itching to get back to thinking about developments in the health law world and where this regulated industry should go next (or, why I went to law school in the first place – because it was not to study theories of consideration.)
The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics’s Corporate Compliance & Ethics Blog included two posts I authored in 2015:
The Governance Dual-Usability Obligation – originally published on this blog; and
Is Kim Kardashian West the New Face of Compliance? – an original post for the SCCE’s blog regarding compliant FDA marketing in social media.
Two new posts are planned for this blog in the coming week, and hopefully this year will include additional posts for the SCCE.