Jassy Vick Carolan LLP




Meghan Fenzel represents clients nationwide with a focus on media law, intermediary liability, copyright, trademark, privacy, defamation, and open access.   She is a litigator with experience in state and federal court at both the trial and appellate level.   Meghan also counsels clients on content moderation, fair use, surveillance, and internet law.

Prior to joining Jassy Vick Carolan, Meghan was an intellectual property and commercial litigation associate at a large private law firm.   She maintained an active pro bono practice, including a successful Ninth Circuit FOIA appeal for the Center for Investigative Reporting, for which the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California Chapter awarded her the 2021 James Madison Freedom of Information Award for Legal Counsel.

While a student at Berkeley Law, Meghan interned for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, worked with the Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic, and externed for Judge Susan Illston of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.   She served on the executive committee of the California Law Review and the editorial board of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.   Meghan launched Berkeley’s election law pro bono project.

Meghan is a second-career attorney who previously worked in international democracy and governance.   She is professionally proficient in French.


Freedom of Information Award
     SPJ/NorCal 2021


Internet Law & Policy Foundry
     Fellow 2019-21
Media Law Resource Center


UC Berkeley School of Law (JD, 2018)
     Senior Online Editor
          California Law Review
New York University (MA, 2008)
Tufts University (BA, magna cum laude, 2007)