Berenice Cerra (L’24) is an LL.M. student at Georgetown Law in the national and global health law program. Berenice received a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires and a master’s degree in human rights from the National University of Lanús. She graduated from the Global Legal Fellowship Program in tobacco control law and policy, organized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University. Since 2017, she has been working on legal and advocacy actions to promote human rights, public health, healthy eating policies, tobacco control, and preventing non-communicable diseases. As a fall 2023 GHI student fellow, Berenice will work with Andrés Constantin to support his research on the critical intersection of religion, law, and politics.