Max Siegel's latest law review article, Lessons from a Plague, was recently uploaded to Digital Commons @ UM Carey Law and is available to download here. The article was selected for publication in the fourth volume of the William & Mary Policy Review journal.
Lessons from a Plague argues for the examination of the early AIDS crisis in the United States for lessons on addressing HIV in the twenty-first century, and to improve the ongoing social movement of sexual minorities.
Max is a 2012 graduate of the UM Carey Law, where he is currently a Ryan H. Easley Fellow. He is the former manuscripts editor of the Maryland Law Review and the author of Dying For Dollars: Health Equity in the Age of Reform, 70 Md. L. Rev. 1093 (2011); and Surviving Castle Rock: the Human Rights of Domestic Violence, 18 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 727 (2012).