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Bioethics: Home

Welcome to Bioethics!

Regent University Law Library has compiled the resources in this Guide to facilitate your Bioethics course and provide education about the types of resources available through the Law Library. 

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About Bioethics

Bioethics is chiefly concerned with the application of moral principles in the medical profession. Because of their tremendous potential to do harm as well as good, medical industries are heavily regulated at both the state and federal level. Lawyers can play a key role in policy making and regulatory compliance. In addition to providing information about positive law, lawyers may be responsible for providing moral guidance, and are often at the forefront of reform efforts. Research in this area can be complex and will often involve non-traditional sources. This page contains some basic resources to help you get started.

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