Megan Oshiro graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2018 and is currently a judicial clerk to the Honorable Stephen K. Bushong at the Multnomah County Circuit Court.
During law school, Megan interned at Willamette's Business Law Clinic, helping small businesses in Salem, Oregon, with their legal needs. Megan also worked at the Oregon Department of Justice in the Financial Fraud and Consumer Protection Section through the American Bar Association's Janet D. Steiger Fellowship program. In 2017, Megan was named one of the Oregon State Bar Business Law Section's scholarship recipients. In her final semester, Megan completed an externship with the adidas in-house counsel in Portland.
Originally from Oahu, Hawaii, Megan first moved to Oregon to attend Willamette University's College of Arts & Sciences, where she majored in rhetoric and media studies. Megan enjoyed her time at Willamette and decided to become a "Double Bearcat" by enrolling in Willamette Law. During law school, she has served as the notes and comments editor of the Willamette Law Review, the business editor of the Social Justice and Equity Law Journal, a writer for Willamette Law Online's US Supreme Court subscription, and a student assistant for a Legal Research and Writing course. In addition, Megan served as president of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. Outside of school and work, she enjoys traveling and holds a black belt in karate.