Megan Griffith
Associate
Houston Office Phone: (713) 653-7846 Email Download vCard Print Bio to PDF
Education

Columbia Law School (J.D.)

Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) (Master in Economic Law)

Boston University (B.A. in International Relations, Concentration in East Asia and Foreign Policy/Security Studies, magna cum laude)

Boston University (B.Sc. in Communication, Concentration in Public Relations, summa cum laude)

Judicial Clerkship

Law Clerk to the Honorable Mark L. Wolf, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Law Clerk to the Honorable Kimberly S. Budd, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Megan Griffith
Associate

Meg joined Susman Godfrey after clerking for Judge Mark Wolf of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and Justice Kimberly Budd of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.  Between her clerkships, Meg practiced commercial litigation and regulatory work at another leading firm in New York and London.  In addition, she represented clients pro bono in unemployment, housing, child support, and immigration-related matters.

During law school, Meg pursued a dual-degree program, earning both a J.D. from Columbia and a Master in Economic Law from Sciences Po.  She served as Head Articles Editor for the Columbia Journal of European Law and represented non-profit organizations through Columbia Law School’s Community Enterprise Clinic.

Meg was born in Houston and grew up in Texas, Louisiana, and Germany.  She received her undergraduate degrees with honors from Boston University.  Between college and law school, Meg taught high school mathematics in Donna, Texas through Teach For America.

Honors and Distinctions

Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar

Paul R. Hays Prize in Civil Procedure

Parker School Certificate for Achievement in International & Comparative Law

Best in Class Awards, Civil Procedure and Contracts

Teaching Fellow, Contracts

Professional Associations and Memberships

Texas State Bar

Massachusetts Bar

New York State Bar

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

 

Publications

Note, Freedom of Expression and the Chilling Effect on User-Generated Content in Europe, 22 Colum. J. Eur. L. 355 (2016).

Post, Driving While Non-European: Reaching a European Consensus on the Exchange of Driver’s Licenses, CJEL: Preliminary Reference (Apr. 29, 2015).

Languages

French

German