Lance Gable

JD, MPH, Lance Gable is an Assistant Professor of Law at Wayne State University Law School, and a Scholar at the Center for Law and the Public’s Health at Georgetown and Johns Hopkins Universities, a Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Professor Gable has worked extensively on international human rights issues, and has focused on the human rights of persons with mental disabilities and the right to health. He has authored or co-authored several recent publications on these topics, including: The Proliferation of Human Rights and Global Health Governance, 35 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 534 (Winter 2007); The Human Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities: A Global Perspective on the Application of Human Rights Principles to Mental Health, 63 Maryland Law Review 20 (2004) (with Lawrence O. Gostin); and Legal Aspects of HIV/AIDS: A Guide for Policy and Law Reform (World Bank, 2007) (with Katharina Gamharter, Lawrence O. Gostin, James G. Hodge, Jr., and Rudolf V. Van Puymbroeck).