May 10, 2019

People on the Move

Jim Arnold

Megan A. Moore, in November 2018, began work as an appellate law clerk for the Supreme Court of the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Court assumed its appellate jurisdiction in 2007. Moore clerks for the Honorable Associate Justice Maria M. Cabret. In college, she interned for several years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and later served as a government Honors Law Clerk at EPA Headquarters in the General Counsel’s Office of Air and Radiation Law while attending Temple University School of Law. Moore has supported the Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems Committee’s contribution to Section’s annual The Year in Review. She attributes her interest in environmental law and government policy to ABA publications, and remembers reading them as early as her first years of college while studying at George Washington University.

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