Meghan Feliciano specializes in legal research and writing. She honed these skills during her three years at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, where she clerked for four judges. During her tenure at the Court of Appeals, Meghan researched a wide range of legal issues, including questions of first impression, drafted bench memoranda to advise judicial panels, collaborated with judges in the preparation of legal opinions, and marshaled the court.
After serving as a judicial law clerk, Meghan worked on policy issues at the Public Health Law Center at William Mitchell College of Law, and as a career counselor and Interim Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
Before beginning her legal career, Meghan traveled extensively for education and volunteer work, including time spent in China, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and nearly two years in East Africa, where she became conversant in Swahili.
Meghan is interested in our food system and is a former board member of the Minnesota Food Association. Out of the office, Meghan fills her time with her husband and their young children. She loves to explore outdoors, visit her local library, and (when she can find a quiet moment) write by hand.
- University of St. Thomas School of Law, cum laude, 2011
- College of St. Benedict, magna cum laude, 2005