Delfina Maria Scagliotti was an intern at the O’Neill Institute. She is a law student at National University of Córdoba, Argentina, and is planning to graduate this year.

In her university years, Delfina chose to study a human rights course and passed the subject of Professional Practice by working in the Human Rights and Justice Office of the Supreme Court of Justice in Cordoba. Some the duties assigned to her, were researching trial records on access to justice in older populations and researching trial records on disability declarations. With her team, they completed a research project on the use of simple language in judicial decisions.

From April to July 2019, Delfina studied at the Freie Universität Berlin after having won a full scholarship. At FUB courses she took were related to International Public Law and developed an interest in focusing on health from a global perspective.

She has participated in seminars related to mental health and human rights. Additionally, Delfina worked as law clerk in a law firm in Córdoba and currently she is working in a judicial unit as a part of the Office of the Public Prosecutor receiving complaints of any type of crime.

Delfina is mainly interested in international human rights law and international dispute settlement. Her principal goal is to use law as a tool to help people.


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