Meghan Liu’s practice focuses on litigation.
Meghan joined the firm in 2019. From September 2020 to September 2021, she was a Cleary Gottlieb Fellow at Legal Services NYC, where she provided advice and direct legal representation in a range of civil practice areas including employment discrimination, disability rights, unemployment benefits, and commercial evictions.
President, Law and International Development Society, Harvard Law School, 2019
Community Engagement Chair, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Harvard Law School, 2018
Summer Associate, Public International Law and Policy Group, 2017
“Harvard affirmative action case pits Asian Americans against each other — and everyone else,” Washington Post, January 18, 2019
“The Harvard affirmative action decision is not a loss for Asian Americans,” Washington Post, October 4, 2019