Before joining the Clinic, Megan served as a law clerk to Magistrate Judge Katherine Menendez in the District of Minnesota and as a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota Law School’s Human Rights Center. Megan was previously the Privacy, Security, and Technology Fellow and Assistant Managing Editor at Just Security, where her research focused on pressing issues in privacy, technology, and civil liberties and human rights law, including law enforcement hacking, encryption, and government surveillance. Megan graduated from NYU School of Law, where she participated in the Advanced Technology Law and Policy Clinic and the Brennan Center’s Public Policy Advocacy Clinic, and served as a Managing Editor of the Annual Survey of American Law. Prior to law school, Megan worked at the Clinton Health Access Initiative on global public health projects. She received a BSFS from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and has an MA in Comparative Ethnic Conflict from Queen’s University Belfast.