Michelle Rudolph was a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, she worked as a legal advisor at a German state government on the COVID-19 Taskforce. She previously worked as a legal advisor at the Medical Center of the Technical University of Munich and as an intern at a specialized law firm regarding medical malpractice. Her passion encompasses the entirety of Health Law and its medical and ethical intertwinings. Her particular field of interest lies in reproductive and genetic technologies, global health policy and equality of as well as gender-specific medical treatment.

Rudolph received her LL.B. majoring in Health and Medical Law at the University of Hof, Germany, and is currently studying towards her LL.M. in Medical Law as a final year law student at the International University of Dresden, Germany.

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