Isabel Rubio is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. She is originally from Mexico. 

Rubio is interested in legal analysis from a gender perspective, constitutional law, issues surrounding human rights, and sexual and reproductive rights.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Rubio served as a junior law clerk for the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico, where she crafted judicial opinions to address constitutional questions. Additionally, she served as a research assistant for the Center for Constitutional Studies at the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico, a project officer for Equis: Justice for Women, legal assistant for El Poder del Consumidor, junior lawyer for Documenta, Análisis y Acción para la Justicia Social, and a research assistant for the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Sciences and Humanities, National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Rubio holds a law degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

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