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

Egbokhare is a reproductive rights and bioethics enthusiast, with a new-found interest in NCDs prevention and control. Qualified to practice as a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, Olohikhuae’s goal is to use her skills and knowledge, through research, to advocate for the improvement of reproductive rights and access to care in low-and-middle-income countries, like her home country Nigeria.

Egbokhare is currently halfway through her LL.M. in the national and global health law program at Georgetown University Law Center, where she has explored interesting and enlightening courses touching on public health law and ethics, healthy living, aging and dying, communicating global health law, among others.

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