Meg began her university career in political science and international relations, earning a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at the University of Alberta and a Master of Arts at Carleton University. Like many political science majors, she eventually enrolled in law school and has never looked back. A first year uOttawa Law Contracts class with Ian led to a research assistant position on Ian’s research team and three years of fascinating work on digital privacy, technology law, and robots. Along the way, she interned at EPIC in Washington, D.C., attended several conferences, spent countless hours debating robot ethics in Ian’s inaugural Robot Law seminar, and made some fantastic lifelong friends.
Meg now practices commercial real estate law in Vancouver. Despite an ongoing interest in emerging robot technologies, she likes to spend her spare time in the woods and mountains of BC with her digital devices turned off.