Legal resources that are most often used relevant to nuclear medicine are regulations regarding medical licensure and radioactive materials handling (see the "U.S. Regulations" tab above).
International regulations are available via the "International Regulations" tab above.
More information about Administrative Law is available via the Administrative Law Research in the United States library guide.
Also consider using Environmental Law resources, such as the Duke Law Environmental Law Research Guide and the Georgetown Law Library Environmental Law Research Guide
Other legal resources are detailed in the other boxes on this page.
When searching for information on Nuclear Medicine related topics, consider using Westlaw Key Numbers. Depending on your specific area of interest, considering searching for key number terms related to: radiation, radioactive. nuclear, radiology, and malpractice. For example, some helpful Key Numbers include:
Notice that "Results Plus" section includes relevant Am.Jur. (American Jurisprudence) and other secondary sources. For example:
The International School of Nuclear Law, administered by the University of Montpelier, France, conducts an intensive educational program in international nuclear law.
The school's ten-day program focuses on nuclear energy law, including radiation protection, nuclear safety, radioactive waste management, transport of nuclear materials, physical protection, non-proliferation (of nuclear weapons and materials), regulation of trade, environmental protection and nuclear third party liability and insurance.
The school was established in 2001 by the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), based in Paris, France.