Professional Educator

Since 1994 Paul has been educating fellow pharmacists in the area of pharmacy law and it's application to modern pharmacy practice. Paul has lectured extensively throughout the United States on the topic of pharmacy law for pharmacy continuing education purposes. Topics have included:

Duty To Warn Negligence
Pharmacist Liability Collaborative Drug Therapy Management
OBRA 90 Compliance Board of Pharmacy Powers
Drug Pricing/Purchasing Health Care Legislation
Health Care Criminal Liability Controlled Substance Act
Regulatory Issues HIPAA and Pharmacy Practice
FDA Impact on Pharmacy Corresponding Responsibility
Regulatory Compliance Administrative and Civil Law
Sterile Compounding Non-Sterile Compounding
USP Compliance DEA Regulations
REMS Regulatory Impact Third Party Audits
Medicaid Audits Medicare Audits
Prescription Monitoring Program Criminal Defense

Since 2006 Paul has served as Lecturer of Pharmacy Practice at Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School of Pharmacy, Boston, Massachusetts as the sole instructor in Pharmacy Jurisprudence. In addition, he provides comprehensive Pharmacy Jurisprudence review courses, preparing applicants for the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE).