Areas of Expertise
Public health law, health law, cannabis/marijuana law and policy, public health emergency legal preparedness and response, crisis standards of care.
Daniel G. Orenstein is a visiting assistant professor of law at the McKinney School. His research centers on health and public health law, ethics and policy. His current research focuses on cannabis/marijuana law and policy, and he has additional research interests and past work in emergency preparedness, vaccination, organ and tissue donation, and health care reform.
Prior to coming to McKinney, Orenstein completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California San Francisco Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education. He also previously served as deputy director of the Network for Public Health Law Western Region, where he provided technical assistance to public health officials, practitioners, advocates, attorneys and others across a wide spectrum of public health legal issues.View full bio
Updated on: April 24, 2020