Common Good

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Common Good is a nonprofit organization organization that focuses on health care, education, and civil justice.

Common Good is a United States nonprofit organization that advocates a basic shift in legal structures "to restore common sense to American law." The organization, founded in 2002 by Philip K. Howard, a lawyer and author of The Death of Common Sense, advocates, among other things, the creation of special health courts to address medical malpractice complaints. Pilot health courts are currently being designed by Common Good in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health.



Advisory Board



477 Madison Avenue
7th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: (212) 681-8199
Fax: (212) 681-8221

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