Luka Vujaskovic is a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute. 

Born in the Netherlands but originally from Croatia, Vujaskovic grew up in the United States. Prior to law school and O’Neill, Vujaskovic worked in various roles in the health systems of Serbia, Peru, Jamaica, and the United Kingdom. Most recently, he worked as a clinical researcher at Children’s National in Washington D.C.

Vujaskovic is currently pursuing a J.D. at the University of North Carolina, where he is the vice president of the Carolina Health Law Organization and the publication editor of the North Carolina Journal of International Law. His studies focus on the intersection of public health and international law. He obtained his B.S. in Public Health from George Washington University. 

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