Meg is a third-year law student at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Meg received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Applied Positive Psychology Certificate from the University of Utah. Additionally, she received a Masters of Education and a Masters of Philosophy in Educational Psychology with an Emphasis in School Psychology from the University of Utah. Prior to beginning law school, Meg was a Division I NCAA javelin thrower at both Stanford University and the University of Utah. She holds the University of Utah school record in this event and is currently training to qualify for the 2023 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. During her psychology graduate program, Meg received training in neuropsychology, neuroanatomy, and psychopathology. She has published papers and peer-reviewed articles relating to the topics of education, public health, and psychology. In her 1L year, Meg worked as an intern for the Lightspark Foundation, writing a white paper on the topic of social media polarization and its influence on American democracy. During her 1L summer, Meg worked as an ABA Steiger Fellow for the Utah Attorney General's Office Antitrust and Consumer Protection sections. During her 2L year, Meg worked as a law clerk for The Appellate Group and externed for Justice Deno Himonas at the Utah Supreme Court. In her 2L summer, Meg worked as a law clerk for both the Library of Congress Congressional Research Service and for the Utah Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel; the latter role she will continue to hold through May 2023. Meg grew up in Park City, Utah. Currently, she resides in Salt Lake City with her partner Isaac Buckland, who is a doctoral candidate in the University of Utah Physics Program, and their tomcat, Oppie. In her free time, Meg enjoys playing squash, water skiing, rock climbing, running, and snow skiing. Meg is interested in the intersections of law, psychology, health, disability, environmental torts, and education.