Karina Shaw was a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute.

She is interested in health law, mental health law, and poverty law.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Shaw worked in politics, where she worked on a local campaign in her hometown and for former U.S. Congressman Gil Cisneros. Prior to working in politics, Shaw was a research associate at Harvard Law School’s Case Development Initiative, where she analyzed the legal profession and authored case studies.

Shaw holds a B.A. in government from Harvard College.

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