AHLA strives to maintain readership and membership across the widest possible range of viewpoints involved in health law. The materials turned in by our faculty are what distinguish our programs from those of our competitors.
By agreeing to speak, you are making a commitment to the Association and your colleagues to provide:
- A fair and balanced approach to all issues that set forth the arguments on both sides. Avoid partisan phrases and inflammatory language.
- A current, practical, high-quality PowerPoint presentation and written paper
- Substantive and accurate materials, including the accuracy of citations. AHLA will only do a cursory review of the materials submitted.
- Original materials that do not include materials copyrighted by other individuals or companies
Please keep in mind attendees come to programs to gather information that can help them do their own jobs more effectively. In many cases, the materials they receive will be used in their day-to-day work activities and sometimes in years to come.
Below are links to several examples that have been produced by past presenters of AHLA programs, which are the kind of excellent written product expected of those who present at AHLA programs.