Kathryn Zeiler was a professor of law at Georgetown Law. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Southern California (2000) and her PhD (Economics) from the California Institute of Technology (2003).

Professor Zeiler teaches Torts and Economic Analysis of Health Care Law, and co-directs the Georgetown Law & Economics Workshop. Her research focuses on health care law and economics, medical malpractice liability and insurance, disclosure regulation, experimental economics and behavioral law and economics.

She has been a visiting professor at NYU and Harvard Law Schools.

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