Agustina Mozzoni is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. She is originally from Argentina.

Mozzoni is interested in the intersection between health, human rights, and vulnerable groups.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Mozzoni served as the health area coordinator at Fundeps Argentina, where she researched and advocated for healthier environments. Additionally, she served as a law clerk at a penal court in Argentina, where she assisted in drafting sentences in cases related to human rights and criminalization. She also served as an intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Mozzoni is a published researcher. She has contributed to the Social Rights Research Group (GIDES) based at the National University of Córdoba, where she also serves as a graduate assistant in constitutional law and a lecturer in social rights. In 2020, she received a scholarship from the Argentinian Ministry of Health to work as a legal researcher in Argentinian public policies to promote access to adequate food.

Mozzon holds an LL.B. with honors from the National University of Córdoba.

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