Meg first became interested in law while earning her undergraduate degree in Bioengineering from the University of Washington. In particular, she found her passion in the intersection of law and medicine, and how a lawyer can step in and advocate for the injured seeking justice. Inspired, Meg attended law school to pursue this passion and become just such an advocate.
Since then, Meg has gained experience in personal injury and complex litigation cases, fighting for the benefit of those who have been wronged. She cares deeply for the rights of her clients, and works diligently to ensure their fair and just compensation.
Meg attended Seattle University Law School as a Presidential Scholarship recipient and graduated Cum Laude, class of 2012. She has clerked at the Washington State Office of the Attorney General, and worked throughout law school as a research assistant in the area of Critical Race Theory.
Meg is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, and has represented clients from King, Snohomish, Pierce, and Thurston counties.