David Orentlicher is a principled leader who knows that Indianas future depends
on the strength of its schools, businesses, and communities.
David serves on the House Ways and Means Committee. In the past, he has
served on the Education Committee, the Public Health Committee, and the
Commerce, Economic Development and Small Business Committee.
A doctor, lawyer, and teacher, David Orentlicher is Samuel R. Rosen Professor
and Co-Director of the Center for Law and Health at Indiana University School of
Law in Indianapolis. He also is an adjunct professor at Indiana University
School of Medicine where he serves on the faculty of the Center for Bioethics.
He teaches courses in medical ethics and constitutional law,
and he serves as an ethics consultant at Methodist,
University and Wishard Hospitals.
David graduated from Harvard Medical School and then completed an internship
in internal medicine. After practicing as a family physician, he returned
to Harvard for law school.
David worked previously at the American Medical Association, directing its
division of medical ethics. While there, he drafted the AMA's first ever
Patients' Bill of Rights.
A nationally recognized expert in medical ethics, David has published his research
in leading medical and legal journals. His co-authored textbook, Health Care Law
and Ethics, is now in its 6th edition. Another book, Matters of Life and Death,
was published by Princeton University Press.
David lives in Indianapolis with his wife Judy, also a professor at Indiana University,
their son Cy, and daughter Shayna. He is a board member for his neighborhood association,
the Highland-Kessler Civic League. David also serves on the board of the Gennesaret Free
Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides medical and dental care to the homeless and
other indigent people in the community, and the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
David, Judy, Cy and Shayna belong to Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, where David
has taught in the Sunday School and served on the board of directors.
To see David Orentlicher's biography at the web site of
Indiana University School of Law -- Indianapolis, please
Committee to Elect David Orentlicher
c/o David Gabovitch, Treasurer
6100 West 96th Street, Suite 250
Indianapolis, IndianGa 46278