Sofia Loira was a winter intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Loira worked as a paralegal at DLA Piper, where she participated, as part of the capital markets team, in the restructuring of the international public debt of the provinces of Chaco, Buenos Aires, Entre Rios, and Chubut. In addition, she conducted research on green and sustainable bonds. She also worked in the judiciary at the Federal Civil and Commercial Court of Appeals, where she was involved in the analysis of cases regarding access to health care.

In addition, she was an assistant for the course, “Gender, Law and Public Politics,” where she assisted students in the analysis of rulings of Latin American High Courts on issues related to women’s rights. She also completed an academic exchange program at Humboldt University during the 2022 semester.

She is currently an editor of the Latin American Journal of International Law, a member of the Jessup Law Moot Court Competition team, and a teaching assistant for “Law and Society,” a compulsory course in the curriculum.

Loira is in her fifth year of law school at Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires.

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