Meghan Koushik

Meghan Koushik focuses her practice on complex litigation matters. She was a summer associate at the firm in 2018. 

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Koushik was a summer law clerk with the ACLU National Security Project, and the Technology and Civil Liberties Project at the ACLU of Northern California. In law school, Ms. Koushik was a research assistant to Professor Shirin Sinnar, a teaching assistant for the first-year legal research and writing program, and a certified law student in Stanford’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and its International Human Rights Clinic. She held a number of leadership positions in student affinity groups, including serving as the co-president of the Women of Stanford Law. Ms. Koushik graduated with highest pro bono distinction and was the recipient of the Leon M. Cain Community Leadership Award.

Prior to law school, Ms. Koushik was a Fulbright scholar in Turkey. She also worked as a research associate in the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, where she co-authored a major report on countering violent extremism programs. 

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  • Education

    • JD, Stanford Law School, 2019

      Articles Editor, Stanford Law Review, Articles Editor, Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

      Leon M. Cain Community Leadership Award

      John Hart Ely Prize for Outstanding Performance

    • BA, International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies, Brown University, 2013

      Honors in Concentration Davis United World Colleges Scholar
  • Admissions

    • New York