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Meghan Marrinan Feliciano

Assistant Director, Mentor Externship Program

  • Education
  • J.D., University of St. Thomas School of Law
    B.A., College of St. Benedict

Meghan Marrinan Feliciano currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Mentor Externship Program at the University of St. Thomas School of Law. A 2011 graduate of the School of Law, Meghan previously returned to St. Thomas as Interim Assistant Director of the Career and Professional Development office, and a career counselor for LL.M. students. Beyond St. Thomas, Meghan worked for three years as a judicial law clerk at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, clerking for four judges. Subsequently, Meghan worked on policy issues at the Public Health Law Center in St. Paul, focusing on access to healthy eating and active living. Following this, Meghan joined the law firm of Soule & Stull, in Minneapolis, where she worked for six years, specializing in legal research and writing, primarily in the areas of product liability defense and tribal law.

During her time as a law student at St. Thomas, Meghan was active in law review and the immigration law clinic, and she interned in Hennepin County District Court and for the nonprofit Farmers' Legal Action Group (FLAG). Her student note on plant patents was published in the law review. Before law school, Meghan earned her B.A., magna cum laude, from the College of St. Benedict, and traveled extensively for education and volunteer work, including time spent in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, China, and nearly two years in Tanzania.