Junya Nagasawa is a 2022 graduate of the LL.M. in Global Health Law and Governance program.

His areas of interest include global health law and policy, healthy aging, infectious diseases, health law and regulation, and human rights law.

Prior to Georgetown, Nagasawa worked at a business law firm in Tokyo in a variety of legal areas, including health law, intellectual property law, labor law, human rights law, and litigation. He also has substantial legal experience in Medicare and health care through his work at a health care company, including health care promoting, corporate governance, business to business transaction, and general administration. He currently works as a research assistant at the O’Neill Institute, providing legal analysis on global health issues, including on the COVID-19 pandemic for the COVID-19 Law Lab.

Nagasawa holds a J.D. from Waseda University in Tokyo and an LL.B. from the University of Tokyo. He completed his legal training at the Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan. He is admitted to the Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association and is registered by the Japan Federation of Bar Associations as an attorney-at-law in Japan.

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