Alexandra Jones, LL.M., is an Institute Associate. Previously, she was a law fellow. She holds a Master of Laws in Global Health Law from Georgetown University, and a combined Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy)/Bachelor of Laws from The University of Sydney in her home country of Australia.
Before joining the O’Neill Institute, Alexandra spent twelve months conducting human rights advocacy and education in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with support from the Australian Government's Volunteers for International Development program. Alexandra has also worked as an attorney with the Australian firm Henry Davis York Lawyers, in the areas of employment and commercial litigation.
Alexandra's interests lay at the intersection of global health and human rights; in particular issues of global health equity, and the potential contribution of non-state actors in improving the right to health.
Alexandra is currently working on the O’Neill Institute global health law project “Global Preparation for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to Prevent the Transmission of HIV.”
Jones, Alexandra, Ide Cremin, Fareed Abdullah, John Idoko, Peter Cherutich, Nduku Kilonzo, Helen Rees, Kevin O'Reilly, Bernhard Schwartlander, Barbara de Zalduondo, Susan C Kim, Jonathan Jay, Jacqueline Huh, Peter Piot, and Mark Dybul. "Transformation of HIV from pandemic to low-endemic levels: a public health approach to combination prevention." The Lancet doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62230-8 (2014).
McGrady, Benn, and Alexandra Jones. "Tobacco Control and Beyond: The Broader Implications of US – Clove Cigarettes for Non-Communicable Diseases." American Journal of Law and Medicine 39, no. 2&3 (2013): 265-289.
Crockin, Susan L, and Howard W Jones. Legal Conceptions: The Evolving Law and Policy of Assisted Reproductive Technologies., 2009.