Morehouse School of Medicine General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Michael A. Rambert to Present at American Health Law Association Annual Meeting

Attorney Rambert to present on the topic of "Achieving Your Organization’s Goals
and Mission through Strategic Clinical and Corporate Governance.

Michael A. Rambert Michael A. Rambert, MCP, JD

Morehouse School of Medicine General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

ATLANTA – JUNE 9, 2022Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Michael A. Rambert, MCP, JD, will give a presentation at the annual meeting of the American Health Law Association (AHLA) June 27-29, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. His presentation, "Achieving Your Organization's Goals and Mission Through Strategic Clinical and Corporate Governance," highlights Morehouse School of Medicine’s leadership in the creation and advancement of health equity.

"Too often as in-house legal counsel, we are so busy putting out fires and trying to meet the daily needs of our internal constituents that we do not take the time to develop corporate governance strategies to achieve our organization’s short- and long-term goals and its mission," Attorney Rambert explained. "This presentation will focus on how strategic corporate governance can improve and the overall performance of an organization and reduce risk."

Attorney Rambert also serves as general counsel and corporate secretary at Morehouse Healthcare (MHC), the nation's leader in health equity research and African American genetic studies. While at MSM/MHC Michael has collaborated and negotiated partnerships with Microsoft, Google, Uber, Novartis, CommonSpirit Health, as well as several other major partnerships.

"Health equity means giving people what they need, when they need it, in the amount that they need in order to reach their optimal level of health," said Morehouse School of Medicine President and CEO Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD, FACOG. "Achieving health equity for individuals and communities around the world requires innovation, collaboration, and investment by a wide spectrum of stakeholders. Morehouse School of Medicine and Morehouse Healthcare are fortunate to have Michael Rambert's wise counsel and experienced stewardship as we expand our clinical, education, and research enterprises."

Attorney Rambert has published several articles and has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and seminars, presenting on the topics of "Board of Trustees’ Fiduciary Duties, Conflicts of Interest and Confidentiality;" "Drafting Joint Venture Agreements; "Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions," "Public-Private Partnership Agreements;" "What Health Care Attorneys Needs to Know About Real Estate Transactions;" and "Real Estate Development Permits and Approvals."

Prior to joining MSM/MHC, Attorney Rambert provided business, legal and corporate governance counsel to several organizations, including the Rutgers University Foundation, Camden County Health Services Center, the Rutgers, Camden Board of Directors and the  Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences division at Rutgers University, which is one of America’s largest and most comprehensive university-based health education systems, consisting of eight schools, including two medical schools, two faculty clinical practice plans, two nursing schools, a dental school, a school of health professions, a pharmacy school, and a school of graduate studies. He received his Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law; Master of City planning from the University of Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the Wharton School of Business and his Bachelor of Arts in geography from Middlebury College, with a concentration in urban studies.

First established as a two-year medical program at Morehouse College in 1975, Morehouse School of Medicine has been an independent institution since 1981. In addition to its world-renowned Doctor of Medicine program, MSM offers a wide range of health sciences doctorate and master's degrees in public healthbiomedical sciences, and physician assistant studies. Many programs are available online or in a hybrid format for distance learners.

The American Health Law Association (AHLA) is the largest nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization in the United States devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field. With over 13,000 members, AHLA's membership is diverse not only in background but in their practice areas and settings, which includes law and consulting firms, academic, in-house, and in a variety of public sector work settings and represent physicians, hospitals and health systems, health plans and health maintenance organizations, health insurers, life sciences, managed care companies, nursing facilities, home care providers, and consumers.

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Founded in 1975, Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) is among the nation’s leading educators of primary care physicians, biomedical scientists, and public health professionals. An independent and private historically-Black medical school, MSM was recognized by the Annals of Internal Medicine as the nation’s number one medical school in fulfilling a social mission — the creation and advancement of health equity. MSM faculty and alumni are noted for excellence in teaching, research, and public policy, as well as exceptional patient care. MSM is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award doctoral and master’s degrees. To learn more about programs and donate today, please visit or call 404-752-1500.


Amanda Magdalenski
Morehouse School of Medicine