Alexandra Finch is an associate at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Finch’s work and scholarship focus on global health governance, law, and policy.

Before joining the O’Neill Institute, Finch worked at the United Nations in the Office of the Victims’ Rights Advocate where she focused on developing tools to address sexual exploitation and abuse, and sexual harassment within United Nations system organizations. She previously worked as a solicitor at a leading law firm in Sydney advising on the regulation of therapeutic goods and foods, COVID-19 public health orders, and acting for victims of sexual harassment, domestic violence, and unfair work practices on a pro bono basis.

Finch holds a Bachelor of Arts in French, a Bachelor of Laws, and a Master of Laws in health law from the University of Sydney.

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