Megan Paster is an Associate at FH+H. Paster represents, advises, and counsels companies and individuals in a wide variety of matters related to international trade and transactions, including foreign investment, export compliance, foreign ownership, control and influence, and review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
Paster has a range of previous experience in the public and non-profit sectors, where she spent two years in a legal fellowship program focused on trade and comparative law, specifically looking at trade in agriculture across regional economic communities in Africa. During this fellowship Paster also provided advice on transactional corporate matters, such as reviewing contracts and maintaining good standing as a registered entity.
Paster's previous areas of focus include e-commerce and digital trade, trade preference programs, comparative review of climate regulations, fisheries and forestry management, fracking and energy corporate social responsibility, international labor rights, and wildlife trafficking.
She received her Juris Doctor from the American University, Washington College of Law (WCL), where she graduated cum laude and was the recipient of a J.D. Distinguished Fellowship and the AU WCL Alumni Award. Paster also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Linguistics from the University of Virginia.
*Megan Paster is only admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia.