Megan Fultz

Megan Fultz

Megan Fultz

Student Fellow, Global Health Law Clinic
J.D. Candidate, University of Ottawa

Megan is in her second year of the English Common Law program at the University of Ottawa. While in law school, she has focused on improving access to justice for vulnerable populations and the promotion of substantive equality through her work with the Ticket Defense Program, the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund, and South Ottawa Community Legal Services. She earned her Bachelors degree in Human Rights and International Development from the University of Winnipeg. Megan developed an interest in global health through her work as an Oxfam International Youth Partner on issues of access to basic public services and the realization of disability rights around the world. She also wrote her J.D. Major Paper on the health impacts for low-income populations of implementing a Basic Income Pilot project in Ontario. In her spare time, Megan can be found trying out new recipes and hiking in Gatineau park.

See also: Clinic Fellows