Daniela Sancliment was an intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Sancliment is a senior law school student at Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City, ranked as one of the best of her class. She obtained honorable mentions in her criminal law, argumentation, and legal methodology courses.

Sancliment is passionate about public international law, criminal law, and human rights. She has also conducted research and published an article on the relationship between human rights and corporations.

She currently works at the Transactional Group at Baker McKenzie Mexico, where she focuses on governance, consulting, and corporate maintenance matters.

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