Gloria Orrego-Hoyos is a fellow with the Health and Human Rights Initiative.

Her research is focused on the documentation of and access to legal and judicial information, with a focus on the fight for human rights (gender and reproductive rights) — topics on which she has several publications, including coauthored two books. Since 2018, she has been a part of the Latin American Constitutional Law Seminar (SELA) at Yale University.

Prior to the O’Neill Institute, Orrego-Hoyos worked at the public defender’s office in Argentina and as an adjunct professor at the Universidad de San Andrés and Universidad Torcuato DiTella.

Orrego-Hoyos holds a law degree from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota. She obtained a master’s degree in constitutional law and human rights at the University of Palermo in Buenos Aires and a diploma in library and information management at the University of Social Sciences and Business (UCES). She also obtained an LL.M. in National and Global Health Law from Georgetown University Law Center.


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