Megan is a litigation associate in the Dallas office of Thompson Coe. She maintains a diverse practice with an emphasis on litigation and insurance defense involving premise liability, personal injury, wrongful death and general liability.
Before joining Thompson Coe, Megan was an attorney at a boutique commercial litigation firm where she represented plaintiffs in all types of commercial matters. By previously representing plaintiffs in civil litigation, Megan offers her clients at Thompson Coe the competitive advantage of understanding the goals and strategies of the opposing party.
Megan attended the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law. While in law school, Megan was actively involved in the school’s advocacy program, serving as the founding President of The Board of Advocates. She was the recipient of the 2017 State Bar of Texas Appellate Section Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy; an award given to one graduating student from each Texas law school. Megan also served as a Senior Editor of the UNT Dallas College of Law Review and a Teaching Fellow for the first-year legal writing and research classes
- Obtained summary judgment on both liability and damages in an oil and gas case concerning the interpretation of a purchase and sale agreement.
- Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a mineral purchasing company involving fraud and breach of contract.
- Secured over $700,000 judgment in an arbitration proceeding involving breach of promissory notes and related issues before the American Arbitration Association.
- University of North Texas College of Law (J.D., 2018)
- 2017 State Bar of Texas Appellate Section Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy
- Senior Editor - UNT Law Review
- University of North Texas (B.A. Political Science, 2013)
- Nationally ranked moot court competitor
- Texas, 2018
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, 2019
Professional and Community Activities
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Young Lawyers Association