Meggs has lent his hand to many public interest legal efforts including environmental review, litigation, legislation, and more. Meggs holds a Juris Master's degree equivalent from NCOC School of Law (specializing in Civil Rights law). Meggs worked in a toxic torts office and then an international human rights office, and has taken a number of graduate level environmental, planning and land use law classes at UC Berkeley.
Meggs co-founded the Bicycle Civil Liberties Union to address the endemic and institutional, deadly inequities which discriminate against bicycling and walking, including those who use wheelchairs.
Meggs gives a talk on Bicycle Law, thrice presented at the Environmental Law Quarterly Speaker series at Boalt Hall School of Law.