Megan is licensed to practice law in California. She is a member of the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Division, the California Bar Labor and Employment Division, and the Sacramento County Bar Association Labor and Employment Division. Megan graduated from UC Hastings College of the Law in 2016 and received her Bachelor of Arts from San Francisco State University.
Megan has assisted or led investigations in numerous Title IX matters. With training in both Trauma Informed Forensic Interviewing and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Megan is skilled at interviewing individuals about sensitive topics, such as sexual misconduct and sexual assault allegations. Prior to joining Van Dermyden Maddux, Megan worked as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Clinical Case Manager counseling individuals, couples and groups in both New Mexico and California.
During law school, Megan worked as a judicial extern in the chambers of Justice Goodwin Liu at the Supreme Court of California on a variety of criminal and civil law matters. She also assisted veterans with obtaining disability benefits at Swords to Plowshares, and litigated family law matters at Bay Area Legal Aid and the Family Violence Appellate Project. Megan is currently a Contributing Editor for the Domestic Violence Report where she researches social science developments concerning dating and intimate partner violence in the home, workplace and on campuses. Megan holds an Accredited Certificate from the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI-CH).
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