Meg seemed a little too good to be true. As lawyers, it pays to be suspicious, and if we’re being honest, we were a bit suspicious of Meg’s application to work at our firm.
Meg came to us with a background in wage and hour law, which is very rare for a lawyer, let alone a paralegal. She had a demonstrated passion for workers’ rights, and, to top it off, Meg used to deliver pizzas (like so many of our clients!). She seemed too perfect.
It turns out, Meg is the real deal.
Meg is a paralegal at our firm. In that role, she is a passionate advocate for our clients’ rights to a legal minimum wage. Meg works directly with many of our clients and helps our lawyers prepare cases for litigation.
From Meg: “I think workplace protections in the U.S. leave workers with a limited set of tools. I appreciate learning to wield some of those that serve as the most effective deterrents to workplace abuses.”
In her spare time, Meg is a member of the Ohio Moss and Lichen Association and enjoys International Dark Sky Parks in the American West. She also runs a small non-profit that does research and worker education for organizing campaigns in the U.S.
Agnes Scott College–BA, 2010
Commercial Learner's Permit (Meg uses it to teach CDL written exam classes to Uber and Lyft drivers.)