The Fink Family Scholarship for a Pharmacist in Law School
The American Society for Pharmacy Law (“ASPL”) is pleased to announce the Fink Family Scholarship established by Joseph L. Fink III and his family. The purpose of the Scholarship is to support a pharmacist who: (1) is attending law school; (2) demonstrates academic, professional, or service-related achievement; and (3) is most likely to use a law degree to further such achievement and to contribute to the benefit of society.
The $5,000 scholarship is a one-time, non-renewable award and will be administered by ASPL. The scholarship award will be payable to the institution where the student is enrolled. The recipient will also receive a one year complimentary student membership in ASPL.
Selection CriteriaThe selection process includes review of:
Deadline for SubmissionDeadline for submission of an application (with all materials listed as required on the application) is May 1, 2015. The recipient of the Scholarship will be notified no later than July 15, 2015.
All required information should be submitted to:
Education and Scholarship Committee
American Society for Pharmacy Law
3085 Stevenson Drive, Suite 200
Springfield, IL 62703
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Cadden, Chin charged with homicide by federal prosecutors as part of RICO indictment arising from meningitis outbreak
On December 14, DOJ officials held a press conference in Boston announcing the arrests on criminal charges by federal agents of 11 individuals associated with the New England Compounding Center (NECC); 3 other individuals were also charged. According to remarks by Acting Associate Attorney General Stuart Delery, the criminal investigation of the meningitis outbreak associated with fungus-tainted injectable drugs produced by NECC “uncovered widespread, sustained, and systematic unlawful conduct at NECC that, as alleged in the indictment, was not only condoned, but was explicitly directed by management and senior pharmacists.
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March 27-30, 2015
ASPL Pharmacy Law Track