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Alice Miller, JD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Public Health (Social & Behavioral Sciences); Affiliated Faculty, Yale Institute for Global Health

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Ali Miller is an associate research scholar in law and Robina
Foundation Human Rights fellow at Yale Law School. She is an expert on women’s rights, sexual and reproductive
rights and health as a human right.
Professor Miller has over 20 years of policy and advocacy experience
with non-governmental organizations including Amnesty International, Human
Rights Watch and Talking about Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues in
India. Professor Miller’s scholarship
and policy work has addressed gendering humanitarian law, safe migration and
anti-trafficking policies, criminal law, and specifically abolition of the
death penalty, sexual and reproductive health and lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender rights.

Professor Miller received her J.D. from the University of Washington
School of Law. She served as
co-director of Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Human Rights. Professor Miller is a visiting
professor at the Sexuality and Rights Institute in Pune, India and Istanbul,
Turkey and at the Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society at the
University of Amsterdam. She is a
senior fellow at the Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law and the
faculty director for the Women’s Institute for Leadership and Development for
Human Rights Initiative at the UC Berkeley School of Law. Professor Miller also sits on advisory
boards for Human Rights Watch and the International Gay and Lesbian Human
Rights Commission and serves as a manuscript reviewer for a number of journals,
including American Journal of Public Health, Health and Human Rights: An
International Quarterly Journal and Reproductive Health Matters

Research Interests

HIV; Human Rights

Public Health Interests

Community Health; Global Health; Climate Change; HIV/AIDS; Infectious Diseases; Reproduction; Women's Health; Health Equity, Disparities, Social Determinants and Justice