Landon Myers was an associate with the Infectious Diseases Initiative at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Myers worked with Georgetown’s Health Justice Alliance Clinic and its medical-legal partnership with Georgetown University’s School of Medicine. Through his work and the clinic’s innovative model for health care delivery, he helped address the health-harming social conditions that contribute to health and justice disparities faced by families in Washington, D.C.

Through his work as a fellow, Myers worked to use the law as a tool to enable all individuals throughout the world, but especially people of lower socioeconomic status and the Black community, to lead healthier lives.

Myers is originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, and holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. in criminology and political science, with a minor in leadership, from the University of Florida. Myers will be pursuing his LL.M. degree in National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University Law Center beginning in Fall 2021.

Myers is an admitted member of the D.C. Bar. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and dogs and watching any and all sports.

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