Megan Raymond is a rising 3L at Berkeley Law and the CLEE Student Liaison. An active member of the environmental and energy law community, she is also the Senior Publisher Editor of Ecology Law Quarterly, on the board of Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative, and a research assistant to Professor Eric Biber, researching executive power over public lands. Last spring, she joined the Berkeley Environmental Law Clinic, working on CEQA issues. Equally passionate about voting rights and access to democracy, Megan is the co-President of the Berkeley Law chapter of the American Constitution Society. Before law school, Megan was a political media consultant, working with electoral and advocacy campaigns across the country. She graduated from Scripps College with a Bachelor of Arts in politics and international relations and a minor in Spanish. This summer, Megan is working as a summer associate with Seattle law firm Davis Wright Tremaine. Megan loves trail running, crossword puzzles, and spending time with her dog, Oyster.