Margaret Nyambura is a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

She is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya, an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, as well as a certified professional mediator. Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, she worked as an intern at Resolution Insurance and volunteered at the HIV/AIDS Tribunal in Kenya. Nyambura attended pupillage at A.B. Patel and Patel Advocates and CM Advocates LLP in Nairobi where she practiced commercial dispute resolution as well as family law.

She is currently a participant in the Codehack Training for Young Women in Kenya, COVID-19 Edition which is hosted by Pwani Teknowgalz, a non-governmental organization committed to inspire girls to venture into STEM. She is interested in all matters of health, especially Universal Health Coverage, having written her dissertation titled “Implementation of Universal Health Coverage under the Constitution of Kenya, 2010” during her undergraduate studies. She is particularly interested in bioethics and anti-doping law, as well as the development of policies related to the protection of persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Nyambura holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Nairobi and a Post-Graduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law.

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