Megan Fultz


2018: Juris Doctor, cum laude, English Common Law Program – University of Ottawa

2013: Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, Human Rights & Global Studies and International Development Studies, University of Winnipeg



  • Law Society of Ontario
  • County of Carleton Law Association

Megan Fultz joined the RCBY team in 2017 as a summer student. She also completed her articles with the firm and became an Associate in 2019. Megan currently practices in the areas of labour and employment law, human rights, disability benefits, and administrative law. She advises clients on wrongful dismissals, termination packages, disability benefits, and discrimination. She also represents unions and their members in labour arbitrations.

Megan is passionate about social justice, inclusion, and equality. Before she came to law school, Megan helped to organize the inaugural Manitoba Judicial Roundtable, bringing judges together from all over the world to discuss the importance of access to justice. She also served on the Board of Directors of Winnipeg’s Legal Help Centre and volunteered with the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).

During law school, Megan completed internships with the International Humanitarian Law Division of the Canadian Red Cross, ARCH Disability Law Centre, and the Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA). She was also a Student Fellow with the Global Health Law Clinic at the University of Ottawa and a clinic placement student at South Ottawa Community Legal Services.

Megan has had the privilege of speaking to a variety of groups on human rights issues and was honoured to speak about disability rights at WE Day.

Megan is proudly from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She loves musical theatre and has had the opportunity to sing and travel with a number of choirs.