Bryce A. Robinson is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. He is originally from Australia.

Robinson is interested in intellectual property, health law, and access to medicines. He is particularly interested in the intersections between patent law, international trade law, drug regulations, antitrust, and human rights in promoting equitable access to safe, effective, and affordable medicines.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Robinson worked as a litigator at a leading international law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills, specializing in intellectual property. He advised and acted for clients across all areas of intellectual property, with particular emphasis on multinational patent disputes across the pharmaceutical, health, technology, and renewable energy sectors. Robinson has experience advising clients on related aspects of drug and device regulation and consumer protection law. He has held previous roles in legal research, government policy, and education.

Robinson holds a LL.B., B.S., and Diploma of Languages from the Australian National University, where he was awarded the Tuckwell Scholarship and academic prizes in all three disciplines. He also holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law in Australia. Robinson is a recipient of the Fulbright scholarship.

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