Dana Fisher-Livne is the National Health Law Program’s Pro Bono Counsel. Based in its Washington, D.C. offices, Dana is responsible for overseeing the National Health Law Program’s pro bono partnerships—engaging, managing, and promoting the participation of law firms with National Health Law Program’s nationwide program to protect and advance the health rights for low-income and underserved individuals and communities.
In addition, Dana works to amplify the National Health Law Program’s capacity to effect positive change by cultivating support and creating opportunities and legal frameworks to help ensure National Health Law Program’s sustainable growth. Dana also brings her background as a lawyer to work on operational legal matters, including contracts, compliance, and mitigating risk.
Dana is an attorney, trained in social anthropology (LSE; University of Cambridge) and law (University of Cambridge; University of Pennsylvania Law School). Prior to joining NHeLP, Dana worked in the corporate departments of law firms in Washington, D.C. and Tel Aviv, Israel. Dana has also served as international law clerk in the Supreme Court of Israel and as Allan Rosenfield Fellow in the Policy Office of AmfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.