In addition to teaching Legal Writing and Research, Maggie is currently the Managing Attorney of the Immigration Unit at Greater Boston Legal Services, where she manages a team of immigration attorneys and staff in providing legal assistance and policy advocacy for asylum seekers and other immigrants in Massachusetts. Prior to her work at GBLS, Maggie was the Albert M. Sacks Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic of Harvard Law School, where she supervised HLS students in direct representation of asylum seekers and co-taught several immigration courses. Maggie has also been a visiting lecturer at Tufts Experimental College, where she has taught courses on asylum law. Immediately after graduating, Maggie completed a judicial clerkship with Judge Nanette Laughrey at the U.S. District Court of Western Missouri. Maggie received her J.D. from Harvard Law, M.A. in International Relations from the University of Chicago, and A.B. from Harvard College.
- J.D. Harvard Law School, 2011
- M.A. International Relations University of Chicago, 2007
- A.B. Government Harvard University, 2004
- Maggie Morgan & Deborah Anker, Detained at the Border: Obstacles to Entry for Central American Refugees in the United States, in States, The Law and Access to Refugee Protection: Fortresses and Fairness (Maria O'Sullivan & Dallal Stevens eds., 2017).