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When Parents Refuse to Vaccinate their Children: Evaluating a School’s Options During an Outbreak

Total Credits: 1.0 including 0 Attorney Professional Conduct, 1.0 General

Health Care Law
Olivia F. Amlung, Esq.
1 Hour 01 Minutes
Audio and Video


This presentation will review and explain the legal issues associated with a parent refusing to vaccinate their child for school and a school’s best legal options during an outbreak.            



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Adams Stephner Woltermann & Dusing, PLLC

Olivia F. Amlung is an attorney with Adams Stephner Woltermann & Dusing, PLLC.  Olivia is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and is currently working toward licensure in the State of Ohio. Olivia is a member or the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, primarily focusing on claims involving personal injury, government defense, criminal defense, and a variety of other miscellaneous matters. She also provides contract review and general advising services for local businesses, cities, and governmental entities.


Olivia graduated from the University of Louisville in 2013 with honors and continued her education at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, graduating in 2016. In law school, Olivia was a fellow with the Glenn M. Weaver Institute for Law & Psychiatry, as well as an active member of the Moot Court Honor Board, a Senior Articles Editor for the Human Rights Quarterly, President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Club, and Chair of the Student Legal Education Committee. Additionally, Olivia was the 2016 recipient of the Jorge Carro Consummate Advocate Award for Outstanding Skill and Dedication to the Moot Court Program Award, as well as awarded the Order of the Barristers.


Prior to joining the firm, Olivia worked at the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office for the 54th Judicial Circuit and as a staff attorney to Circuit Court Judge Richard Brueggemann. Using this experience, Olivia is uniquely situated to help her clients in all areas of the law.

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