Meghan is a UT Law graduate with a B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University. While at the University of Texas, Meghan competed on multiple Interscholastic Mock Trial Teams and was a member of the UT Law Human Rights Clinic, where she partnered with Women Enabled International to conduct research concerning the reproductive rights of women and young people with disabilities in the Pacific region for a United Nations Population Fund Needs Assessment. Meghan was the Director of Alumni Relations for the Review of Litigation and interned with the Texas Senate and the Texas Attorney General.
Meghan has a passion for justice and advocacy, particularly women's rights. Immediately preceding her time at UT Law, Meghan co-led a movement to reinvent the sexual violence reporting and adjudication policies at Texas A&M, culminating in the creation of the 12th Woman, an organization dedicated to changing the way cases of sexual violence on college campuses were treated. The movement ultimately inspired a U.S. Congressional Resolution to address campus sexual assault and overhaul the sexual violence policies at Texas A&M. In her free time, Meghan enjoys baking, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
- The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas
- Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
- Major: Psychology
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