International Practice and Procedure
J.D., 2011, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
B.A., 2004, University of Colorado at Denver
Megan Matthews is an attorney for the McDivitt Law Firm, specializing in Social Security Disability claims. She also provides consultant services on the Defense Counsel’s case for the Prospero Mugiraneza case during its appeal at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Prior to that, she worked as a consultant for the Sustainable Development Strategies Group, analyzing foreign mining and resource development laws to ensure compliance with sustainable development principles.
In addition to teaching, Ms. Matthews coaches the Sturm College of Law’s prestigious Jessup International Moot Court Team and is the Managing Editor for a peer reviewed legal journal for the Council for American Students in International Negotiations, Eyes on the International Criminal Court.
The Volta Convention: An Effective Tool for Transboundary Water Resource Management in an Era of Impending Climate Change and Devastating Natural Disasters?, 41(2) Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y (2012).
Clarifying the Law Relating to Unmanned Drones and the Use of Force: The Relationships Between Human Rights, Self-Defense, Armed Conflict, and International Humanitarian Law, 39 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol'y 661 (2011).