Megan is also a Commissioner of the NSW Land and Environment Court.
She has had extensive experience as an international human rights lawyer and participated in the drafting of the UNDRIP from 1999-2004. Megan is a former UN Fellow of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva and has participated as an international lawyer in Indigenous legal advocacy, UN working groups and expert seminars at the United Nations for over a decade.
Megan's doctoral thesis, to be published in a forthcoming book, argues that the right to self-determination as it is recognised in international law does not pay adequate attention to the situation of Aboriginal women and explores in particular one aspect of Martha Nussbaum's theory of capabilities, a constitutional guarantee to equality.
Megan was the 2010 NAIDOC Scholar of the Year.