Linda Raclin is an expert in health law and policy. She is passionate about improving access to health care for the uninsured and underinsured, implementing health reform, studying the impact of law enforcement and poverty on the health of communities, and advocating for the reproductive rights of women.
Raclin is the chair of the Health Policy Analysis specialization in the Public Health program at the Brown School, and the chair of the JD/MPH Joint Degree Program. She often infuses her graduate classes in public health, social work and social policy with knowledge of the policy and legislative process, as well as the courts. Raclin is also a professor at the Washington University School of Law. She was recently recognized with the Brown School's Excellence in Teaching Award.
Raclin has been active in advocating for reproductive rights for women at the local, state and national levels. She presents guest lectures throughout St. Louis and Missouri on women's health issues.
Prior to joining the Brown School, Raclin was a law professor at Saint Louis University School of Law, and a practicing attorney for 10 years in Washington, D.C. and New York City.
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