New Interest Group established

The EAHL has establied new Interest Group (IG) - EAHL Young Scholars Interest Group.

The aim of this group is to support the work of the EAHL as well as to develop and organize
young scholars in the field of health law, medical law, pharmaceutical, biolaw and related
disciplines. The group's vision is to act as a support mechanism for the Association to connect with young researchers (those who are in the early stage career after obtaining their Ph.D. as well as those undertaking their Ph.D. studies).

Interim Chair of the IG is Mirko Đuković and the interim Co-Chair is Sofia Palmieri.


Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management - Conference announcement and Call for abstracts

Precision Medicine Conference. Ethical and Legal Issues
Venue: National School of Public Health (ENSP), Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Salao Nobre, Lisbon, Portugal
Date: 24 March 2023, 9.00 – 17.00
Language: English
Hybrid conference. The ENSP2023 will be a hybrid conference that will run fully in-person and fully virtually.

For more details, click here.


ELSA Law School's a week-long event








ELSA (European Law Student's Association) is the world's largest organization of law students with over 40,000 members. One of its main goals is to enrich legal education through various activities, including the organization of law schools.

An ELSA Law School is a week-long event that offers an academically fascinating program designed to provide practical knowledge in various areas of law.

 This year, for the first time ever, ELSA Innsbruck will organize the Winter ELSA Law School in cooperation with ELSA Salzburg on the topic of "Legal Aspects and Consequences of Doping".  We will make it our obligation to organize an academic program on relevant legal principles and specific legal issues. You are also given the opportunity to get to know the cities with their historical treasures and the surrounding nature including the breathtaking mountains.

The WELS will start on the 11 of February in Salzburg and end on the 19 of February 2023. The participation for our law schools is open to students from 43 European countries and our number is limited to 25 students. 


You can register with this link:


We would be very happy to welcome you to our Winter ELSA Law School. 


EAHL announces the second call to host the 9th Conference and the second call for Ukraine Scholarship

EAHL announces the second calls to host the next conference and for Ukraine scholarship.

For more details, please, click the links below:

  1. Conference: link one, link two
  2. About the scholarship


EAHL Conference in Ghent

Conference in ghent










After long COVID-19 restrictions, we are happy to announce successful conference held in Ghent!

At the closing ceremony of the 8th EAHL conference two awards were announced:

  • Best abstract for the PhD seminar: Danaja Fabcic Povse, "Are covid certificates a proportionate measure to restrict freedom of movement during the omicron wave?"
  • Best poster:  Noémi Dubruel and Emmanuelle Rial-Sebbag, "Legal challenges raised by in silico clinical trials: between optimizing access to treatments and safety requirements"


21.04.2022, updated 23.04.2022

EAHL to support online participation of the members from Ukraine

In order to support our colleagues from Ukraine, we have decided to create a live stream from the Conference, so that our Ukrainian colleagues who cannot join us in Ghent, still can follow the high lights of the conference: the opening ceremony and the keynote speeches.


EAHL adopts statement with regard to the situation in Ukraine.

To read the statement, please, click here


Scholarships awarded!

In the beginning of January 2022, the EAHL announced funding for PhD students in order to attend the 8th EAHL Conference in Ghent in 2022. The applications were reviewed by a committee consisting of Prof. Tom Goffin, Prof. Steven Lierman and Dr. Verena Stühlinger. Ten applicants were awarded as scholarship. The three best abstracts were.
Noemi Conditi : Evaluation of the necessity-based model and consent-based model for the processing of biosamples and health data in clinical biobanks
Teodora Lalova: Investigating challenges related to data protection in clinical research during the COVID-19 pandemic: results from a mixed-methods empirical study
Tugce Schmitt : What does it take to create a European Health Data Space? Production, use and re-use of Electronic Health Records data
The following were also awarded scholarship (in alphabetic order):

Edouard Habib - The Evolution of the Right to Health in a Context of Innovation:
The necessary emergence of a right of access to medical innovations
Giulia Bosi – Population mental health: a Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law perspective
Karolina Harasimowicz - Medical Liability and Compensation in Poland vis-avis COVID-19 Pandemic
Karolina Wierzbicka - Financial penalties of the Patients’ Rights Ombudsman for infringement of collective patients’ rights in Poland
Mariya Sharkova - Liability for Healthcare-Associated Infections: between public health and patient safety
Mirko Dukovic - Regulatory Avenues for 3D Bioprinting of Human Tissues
Noemi Conditi - Evaluation of the necessity-based model and consent-based model for the
processing of biosamples and health data in clinical biobanks
Noémie Dubruel - Legal and ethical issues of using digital and data science methods in the development of health products


EAHL Announcement - scholarships for PhD students!

Dear EAHL members,

We are happy to share the information about scholarships for PhD students.

To dead more, please, click here.

To download Presidential letter with the information about next conference, please, click here.