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Cara Meyer is a third-year law student at Yale. After graduation, Cara will clerk for Judge Scott M. Matheson, Jr. on the Tenth Circuit. Before coming to Gupta Wessler, she spent her previous summer working on workers’ rights, consumer protection, and impact litigation with the complex and affirmative litigation branch of the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office. In law school, she is a student director of the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project clinic, a Coker Fellow, and works as a research assistant for Professors Owen Fiss, Douglas NeJaime, and Reva Siegel. She also served as Managing Editor for the Yale Law & Policy Review. Prior to law school, she spent two years as a civil rights paralegal at Relman Colfax in Washington, D.C.