Margherita M. Cinà is an associate with the Healthy Families Initiative at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Cinà worked (articling) at a full-service law firm in Toronto on a number of issues including the representation of hospitals and long-term care homes. She previously interned at the World Health Organization; the Center for Health, Human Rights and Development in Kampala, Uganda; and the HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic in Sydney, Australia, among others. During law school, Cinà also created a global health law seminar that was offered by the McGill Faculty of Law.

Cinà is a Canadian trained lawyer, holding a law degree from McGill University and an LL.M. in global health law and international institutions from Georgetown University and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. She is also a member of the Ontario Bar.

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O'Neill Initiatives

Healthy Families

Studying the nexus of health and international human rights law, focusing on strategic litigation and technical assistance, especially in Latin America.

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