Megan Halavi

2024 Inner City Law Center Fellow

Megan Termechi Halavi is a rising 2L at Loyola Law School. Throughout her life, she has worked on and organized various community projects, including food drives, mutual aid collection and distribution of over $15,000 for QTPOC, and building community among student organizations and academic departments at her undergraduate university, Loyola Marymount University. At LMU, she graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology and Women’s and Gender Studies. During her time at LMU, Megan worked as the administrative, marketing, and communication assistant for the Women’s and Gender Studies Department. She also worked as a research assistant to Dr. Amanda Apgar on her book, The Disabled Child, which examines memoirs about raising children with disabilities and the basis of privilege and power in positive portrayals of disability.

Currently, Megan serves as a 1L representative for the Iranian Law Student Association and as a member of the Jewish Law Student Association. In the future, she hopes to make a difference for members of marginalized communities, especially those with limited access to legal services. In her free time, Megan enjoys gardening, reading, and Pilates.