Megan L. Wade
Megan Wade is an associate who graduated cum laude from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2016. While in law school, she was named champion of the 2014 Alva P. Loiselle Moot Court competition, served as Executive Director of the Connecticut Moot Court Board and Notes & Comments Editor for the Connecticut Law Review, published her student note, and clerked for Taylor & Sexton. As a certified legal intern in UConn Law's criminal appellate prosecution clinic, she successfully briefed and argued Bharrat v. Commissioner of Correction, 167 Conn. App. 158 (2016). She also completed UConn Law's Pro Bono Pledge by performing more than 100 hours of pro bono service during her three years of law school, including numerous hours with the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center.
After graduating from law school, Attorney Wade clerked for the Honorable Richard A. Robinson of the Connecticut Supreme Court. Attorney Wade is admitted to the Connecticut bar and is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Megan Wade, Note, "For I Was Hungry and You Gave Me Something to Eat": Utilizing RLUIPA to Prevent Force-Feeding Religiously Based Hunger-Striking Inmates, 48 Conn. L. Rev. 1231 (2016).