Law school may cost a pretty penny, but anyone interested in the legal side of health care reform can get such a deal from the University of Iowa College of Law. I just found out the school is offering its new course on health care reform law to the public for free via the university's Internet-based distance learning system.
People who want to participate in the course may do so live on Thursdays from 2:20 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. Otherwise, they can watch videos of the class and view PowerPoint presentations and documents online at their own convenience.
The course will last for 14 weeks. Each session will focus on a different topic, including constitutional concerns, insurance, costs, technology and Medicare. Classes will be taught by faculty from different academic colleges at the University of Iowa and experts from other law schools.
Check it out.