Everaldo Lamprea is a J.S.D. candidate at Stanford Law School and full-time professor (on leave) at Los Andes Law School, Bogotá, Colombia. At Los Andes University, Everaldo taught classes on law and globalization, public utilities, regulation, and law and society. In 2009 Everaldo received the Enrique Low-Murtra Distinction, a four-year grant awarded by Colombia’s Federal Reserve (Banco de la República) to a Ph.D student conducting doctoral research on law and development or law and economics. Everaldo focused his research at Harvard on how health sectors in developing countries acquire biotech oncologic products from Big Pharma companies, trying at the same time to explore the impact of right to health litigation on individuals’ access to cancer medication in countries like Colombia, Brazil and Costa Rica.