Patricia Ogoti is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. Ogoti is originally from Kenya.

Ogoti is interested in access to healthcare, healthcare compliance and regulatory work, and personal health information protection and privacy.

Currently, Ogoti is an advocate for the High Court of Kenya. Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Ogoti worked at a law firm, focusing on advocacy projects involving women’s and children’s rights in healthcare. Additionally, Ogoti volunteered with the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare, where Ogoti focuses on access to healthcare for people with HIV/AIDS. Through volunteering, Ogoti conducted community legal and training programmes that raised awareness on healthcare issues.

Ogoti holds an LL.B. from Strathmore Law School and completed legal training at the Kenya School of Law.

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