Meghan Kircher is a Fellow at the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy. She attended the University of Central Florida, graduating with a degree in history and political science in 2016. During her time at UCF, she served in the Student Government Association and worked on several high-profile political campaigns. Meghan graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2019 and spent two years working as a public defender. During law school, she worked for the International Criminal Court as an intern for President Chile Eboe-Osuji and conducted research in international law and global affairs. As a Fellow, Meghan focuses on the Center’s international development efforts and manages the Center’s relationships with global affiliates.