Roojin Habibi

Roojin Habibi

Roojin Habibi

Student Fellow, Global Health Law Clinic
Research Assistant, Global Strategy Lab
JD Candidate, University of Ottawa
Roojin is a second year J.D. candidate at the University of Ottawa’s French Common Law Program and a research assistant with the Global Strategy Lab. She previously completed a Masters of Science in Global Health from McMaster University, a research fellowship with the Pharmaceutical Policy Research Collaboration in BC, and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Environmental and Health Studies from York University. Roojin has published peer-reviewed articles on topics pertaining to pharmaceutical policy, comparative regulatory studies, and conflicts of interest in medicine. At GSL, she is collaborating with Director Steven Hoffman to examine the international legal barriers Canada would face if it proceeded to legalize marijuana for recreational uses.
See also: Clinic Fellows