Shreya Shrivastava is a student of the 2023-2024 LL.M. in National and Global Health Law. She is originally from India.

Shrivastava is interested in pharmaceutical regulation, access to safe drugs, pandemic preparedness and governance, and access to healthcare in rural communities. Her areas of work have included accountability of healthcare providers, pharmaceutical regulation, public health governance during emergencies, patient rights, and medical ethics.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Shrivastava served as a senior resident fellow at Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, where she advised the central and state governments in drafting health laws and policies. Additionally, she pursued strategic litigation and received a favorable judgment before the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India for the legal recognition of advance medical directives and the allowance of withdrawal/withholding of life-sustaining treatments in terminally ill patients.

Shrivastava holds a LL.B. from Hidayatullah National Law University, where she graduated with honors.

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