University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

Megan De Vorsey

Adjunct Professor, Appellate Advocacy

Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Megan De Vorsey practiced criminal defense in Georgia. She was a lawyer in the Federal Defender Program for the Northern District of Georgia and worked for the Fulton County Public Defender as a trial lawyer and the Appeals Supervisor. She worked for the Legal Aid and Defender Society in Athens, Georgia, where she supervised University of Georgia law students in court. Before becoming a public defender, Professor De Vorsey clerked for Judge Charles Mikell in the State Court of Chatham County and practiced admiralty law in Savannah, Georgia.

Professor De Vorsey serves on the New Hampshire Adult Parole Board. She is a trustee of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society and a trustee of the Concord Public Library. In addition to Appellate Advocacy, Professor De Vorsey has also taught the Street Law Clinic and the Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic.