Eva Bishwal was a fellow with the Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice team.

Prior to joining O’Neill Institute, Bishwal worked as a litigator in India where she worked on litigations relating to issues of intellectual property, access to treatment and diagnostics, and pharmaceutical anti-counterfeiting. She has also worked on advocacy projects focusing on mental health, women’s rights, and LGBTQ+ rights.

Bishwal recently completed her LL.M. in National and Global Health Law from Georgetown University Law Center. During her time at Georgetown Law, she worked as a research assistant with Dean Madhavi Sunder and with Frank Sherry, professor of intellectual property, and assisted her in editing an upcoming book on intellectual property and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bishwal is interested in a wide range of issues in health law, including sexual and reproductive health, infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases, access to healthcare, patient privacy, and emerging health technologies.

Bishwal also holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Law from Symbiosis International University, India.

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