Megan Ma is currently a PhD candidate in Law at the Sciences Po Law School, under the supervision of Professor Horatia Muir Watt.
Megan's research is primarily focused on the implications of artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithmic innovation to legal change. Her work considers the theoretical frameworks and overlap involved in the philosophy of language and linguistics against science and technology studies (STS) and predictive justice.
Prior to her doctoral studies, she had completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics at McGill University and a Master of Laws at Sciences Po Law School, graduating with distinction and cum laude respectively. She is also a lecturer at Sciences Po, teaching courses in Legal Semantics and Public Health Law and Policy.