Centre for Law, Economics and Society


Megan Cochrane

Junior Research Fellow, Centre for Law, Economics and Society

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Meg commenced working for the UCL CLES in the summer of 2018 on a project that involved editing a forthcoming Oxford University Press publication on blockchain and the law. Since then, she has also worked on reports on the regulation of genome-editing in the EU and on consumer protection and cross-border e-commerce, the latter having been submitted to the World Economic Forum.

Meg completed her LL.M. in Law and Economics at University College London in 2018. In addition to her LL.M., she holds an LL.B. in Law and French Law from University College London and a Diplôme du Droit from Aix-Marseille Université. Meg is currently in the process of qualifying as a barrister in London.

Meg’s particular interests include comparative competition law, intellectual property law and information and technology law, particularly where these overlap with human rights law issues.