O’Neill’s LL.M. alumni — legal scholars, researchers, policymakers, and advocates — have helped to shape global public health. From COVID-19 to food law, many of the challenges facing public health are being addressed by the brilliant minds of O’Neill alumni.
Our more than 200 alumni from 30 countries remain deeply involved in the O’Neill Institute long after they graduate. They mentor current LL.M. students, participate in career and professional development panels, and some even return to O’Neill to participate as scholars, researchers, or faculty.
For a list of alumni, click here.
Interviews with Our Alumni
Find out what brought our alumni to the LL.M. program and where their careers have taken them today. Read all of the alumni interviews here.
Gianella Severini Brought Years of NGO Experience in Argentina to Her LL.M.
Graduating Class: 2020
Currently living in: Cordoba, Argentina
Juliana Nantaba Selected the O’Neill LL.M. Program To Explore Unanswered Health Law Questions
Graduating Class: 2016
Currently living in: Kampala, Uganda
Kashish Aneja on Being an LL.M. Student, a Research Assistant, and a Consultant at the O’Neill Institute
Graduating Class: 2019
Currently living in: Delhi, India