Blair Inniss, JD, is the Government Relations Coordinator for the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. In her role, Blair works to expand and promote healthy gambling policies across the state of Maryland. Blair provides legal technical assistance on gambling laws, regulations, and policies to members of the state legislature and stakeholders. Blair is also a faculty member of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law where she supervises students in the clinical law program as they work on a variety of public health issues including tobacco control and problem gambling. Blair holds a JD from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, where she also earned a certificate in health law and was awarded the 2013 student public service award for her contributions to furthering ideals of public service in the law. Blair is admitted to practice in Maryland.