Meghan Poole is a third-year law student at Boston University School of Law. She graduated from New York University with a degree in Science, Media, Culture, and Communication. As an undergraduate student, Meghan interned at the CT Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, which sparked her interest in anti-trafficking work. At Boston University, Meghan serves as the Co-President of the Public Interest Project and volunteers as an Admissions Ambassador to prospective students. In addition, Meghan participates in Boston University’s Human Trafficking Clinic, where she provides pro-bono legal representation for survivors of human trafficking in immigration, family reunification, and criminal matters. After Meghan’s first year of law school, she worked in the Administrative Trials Unit at the New York City Department of Education’s Office of the General Counsel. This past summer, Meghan interned at the New York City Law Department in the Family Court Division.