- J.D., Georgia State University College of Law
- M.S.H.A., Georgia State University Robinson College of Business
- B.Sc., Concordia University (Montreal, QC)
- Health Law
- Trial Advocacy
- Child Protection and Advocacy Law
Yasamine Salkar is an academic professional at Robinson's Institute of Health Administration (IHA). She serves as the residency program coordinator for MBA/MHA students. She is also the law school liaison for the J.D./MSHA program, recruiting new students, providing course and career advisement to current students, and networking with graduates. Salkar leads the IHA alumni network and is also responsible for maintaining active partnerships with healthcare entities that collaborate with the IHA for student internship and residency opportunities. Salkar teaches courses in the IHA as needed.
Prior to this position, Salkar worked with Harvard Law School's Systemic Justice Project as a student lawyer in the Covid-19 Rapid Response group. She also worked as a research assistant with the Georgia Health Policy Center in projects including the CARES Act and Medicaid Expansion. Salkar received the Alan Rumph Memorial Health Law Fellowship Award in 2020 for her work in Covid-19 Law and Policy and health disparities research.
Salkar is a member of the State Bar of Georgia. She is an active member of the sections for Health Law, School and College Law, Child Protection and Advocacy Law, and Immigration Law of the State Bar of Georgia.
Salkar holds a J.D. from Georgia State's College of Law, an M.S. in Health Administration from the Robinson College of Business, and a B.Sc. in biology from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. She has also earned a certificate in health law and a certificate in trial advocacy from Georgia State's College of Law.