Santiago Ramos is a summer legal intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Ramos is interested in constitutional law and human rights, focusing on the judiciary, sexual and reproductive rights, equality, and non-discrimination.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, he worked at the Supreme Court of Mexico. Ramos also served as a research assistant in reproductive rights, telecommunications, and digital rights. As a senior student at the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), Ramos is currently writing a thesis on the adjudication methodologies in affirmative action cases.

An activist, Ramos organized an art auction to benefit children fighting cancer, collaborated with a human rights nongovernmental organization, and presented amparo lawsuits on human rights. He was elected treasurer of the Law Students Society of CIDE, where he organized peaceful protests and conducted an HIV survey for the CIDE community.

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