Julianna Kober is a 2022 graduate of the LL.M. in National and Global Health Law program.

Kober is interested in international arbitration and regulatory aspects of health law, as well as developing health policy for government and private industry and providing crisis management and corporate advice to industry participants.

Prior to Georgetown University Law Center, Kober worked as a judicial resident for the Honorable Richard Dietz at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, a legal intern at the Urban Justice Center, and a student worker at the Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic.

She has been awarded the David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism, North Carolina State Bar Student Pro Bono Award, North Carolina Bar Association Pro Bono Recognition Award, among others.

Kober holds a B.A. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester and a J.D. from the Elon University School of Law.

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