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Trudy Henson will teach a course this spring on the law and policy of emergency public health response, one of five UM Carey classes developed and taught by staff members at the Center for Health and Homeland Security. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
Trudy Henson will teach a course this spring on the law and policy of emergency public health response, one of five UM Carey classes developed and taught by staff members at the Center for Health and Homeland Security. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Combat beyond the courts

Law, public policy mix at UM’s Center for Health and Homeland Security

With its emphasis on deeply rooted principles, law is not often considered a profession of fast-paced change. But law school graduates who apply their degrees to careers in rapidly developing fields like homeland security and emergency management are tasked with combating unforeseen crises and threats to public safety, often without precedent to fall back on.

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