Czech/Slovak Legal Institute
International Collaborative for Public Health Emergency Preparedness
The John Marshall Law School Czech/Slovak Legal Institute partners with the International Collaborative for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (ICPHEP), which works with the Czech Ministry of Health and other institutions in the Czech Republic to promote public health emergency preparedness. The ICPHEP hosted the first annual workshop for its partners in Prague on March 9, 2007 at the historic Czech Bar Association headquarters.March 2007 Program Agenda. They also hosted the event in Brno in 2008. Since then Czech public health officials have visited Chicagoland, and Chicago officials and academics have visited their Czech counterparts.
News and Events
"Leadership in the First Pandemic of the 21st Century" hosted by the Chief Public Health Official and Vice Minister of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic
March 22, 2010
Brno, Czech Republic
IDPH Director Arnold Solidifies Transatlantic Preparedness Linkages in
Address to Public Health Preparedness Workshop
by Judy W. Munson (JD), Executive Director, International Collaborative for Public Health Emergency Preparedness
The ICPHEP and The JMLS Host Delegation from the Czech Republic
For Briefings on Ethics and Transparency in Democracy
The Skype Assignment
Spring Semester 2008
In Spring 2008, the "Public Health Emergency Law: Domestic and International" seminar was offered at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and, in an intense, condensed version, at the Masaryk University Faculty of Law (MUFL) in Brno, Czech Republic. The seminar is taught by Judith W. Munson, Adjunct Professor at John Marshall and Visiting Lecturer at MUFL. The students in the John Marshall class are paired with students in the MUFL class in order to engage in this transatlantic assignment which is facilitated by use of SKYPE. The class in Brno is taught during the week when the John Marshall is on Spring Break.