A Case Study in Collaborative Governance: Health Law Reform in Georgia
Conflict Resolution Quarterly
This case study illustrates how collaborative governance through consensus building can work well to achieve law reform, with shared responsibilities among elected officials, private and professional stakeholder's, and ordinary citizens. The author discusses the participants involved and the process adopted in Georgia to reform the state’s law on advance directives for health care. She identifies some of the best practices that contributed to the success of this law-reform effort, and offers some lessons learned for future work in collaborative governance.
Charity Scott, A Case Study in Collaborative Governance: Health Law Reform in Georgia, 28 Conflict Resol. Q. 441 (2011).
Institutional Repository Citation
Scott, Charity, "A Case Study in Collaborative Governance: Health Law Reform in Georgia" (2011). Faculty Publications By Year. 53.
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