Meghan Kircher

Meghan Kircher is the Associate Director 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. Meghan graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2019 and spent two years working as a public defender representing adults and juveniles in Central Florida. During law school, she worked as an intern at the ACLU of Florida, the NAACP, and the International Criminal Court under President Chile Eboe-Osuji in the Appeals Division. In her previous role at the Center as a Fellow, Meghan focused on the Center’s international development efforts and managed the Center’s relationships with global affiliates. Her research interests include legal frameworks for climate migrants, gender dimensions of climate migration, and climate induced conflict and migration.