Jorge Antonio Carreras was a winter intern at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.
Prior to joining O’Neill, Antonio has conducted and worked in research for different projects: referred to Contemporary Constitutional Theory, he discussed the pros, cons and modifications Chile’s 2022 Constitutional Reform Project needed to be substantially successful. Additionally, during the second semester of 2022 he designed, programmed and coded -together with a partner- a Computational Legal Study about AI capability to determine which Judge of the Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación delivered its opinion and wrote the majority vote of a final sentence, taking into consideration each word’s length, vocabulary and topic. Finally, he has also suggested the attribution of responsibility to countries that historically had emitted excessive greenhouse gases, combining distributive and corrective justice arguments.
Antonio’s main interests are public international law, environmental and natural resources law, as well as white-collar crime law.
Antonio is currently a student at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires, Argentina.