Anmol Diwan, LL.M, B.A.LL.B
Anmol Diwan is the legal fellow for the Program on Global Health & Human Rights at the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health.
As a legal fellow, he is actively engaged in research and reporting of the existing legal and policy issues for prevention, protection and access to healthcare for people living with HIV, people living with tuberculosis and people living with malaria, as well as other vulnerable populations in Africa. He is also responsible for recommending changes in strategic and policy framework of African countries by identifying human rights related concerns in the field of public health.
A public interest attorney in India, Diwan appeared before various courts in the country, including the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court, where he successfully represented clients in matters involving the banning of diesel-run vehicles, protection of consumers from bank fraud and protection of victims of domestic violence. He is also the founding director of a non-profit organization Nirabhrataa that is working to promote elder rights in India.
Diwan graduated from the LL.M (Master of Laws) program at the USC Gould School of Law.
His area of interest includes the health rights of refugees and other displaced populations, with a special emphasis on access to healthcare and sex education.