Megan Livingston

2016-17 Special Projects Editor, 2014-16 Contributor

Megan is a third-year law student at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.  She is a Colorado native and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science and a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication from the University of Colorado at Boulder. 

 Prior to beginning law school, Megan interned at Colorado Legal Services as a volunteer legal assistant and at the Denver District Attorney’s office, working with the victim advocacy unit.  She is now pursuing a Corporate and Commercial Law Certificate and is primarily interested in mediation and arbitration, corporate governance, and securities law.  

After her first year in law school, Megan interned with a variety of employers, including Katz, Look, & Onorato, P.C., where she drafted trusts and estates and corporate governance documents.  Megan now works with the general counsel of National Bank Holdings Corporation, assisting with regulation compliance and corporate governance policies.

In addition to serving as a Special Projects Editor for No-Action Letters on the Race to the Bottom, Megan also serves as a staff editor on the Water Law Review and as a member on the Mediation Team.

Outside of law school, Megan enjoys drawing, going on outdoors adventures, and fantasy football.