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Meg's practice is focused on civil litigation with an emphasis on defending toxic tort premises and products cases alleging exposure to asbestos or Diacetyl. She also defends clients in casualty cases alleging personal injury, including auto accidents. As an associate in the firm’s Chicago office, she defends and represents clients at depositions, motion hearings, and in all legal matters.
Meg began her practice as an Assistant State's Attorney in the Winnebago County State's Attorney's Office. As a prosecutor, she handled matters ranging from misdemeanor criminal charges to felony cases and litigated multiple jury and bench trials.
Meg received her J.D. with honors from Northern Illinois University College of Law. While in law school, she was on Law Review and served on the board as a Notes and Comments, Editor. Meg also held a position as a Research Assistant for College of Law professors. While in law school, Meg gained hands-on litigation experience through the use of a 711 license with the Kane County State's Attorney's Office, as well as at Winnebago County State's Attorney's Office. Meg also participated in the 2013 Student Trial Advocacy Competition in Chicago, IL. In addition, she expanded her research skills and knowledge of the judicial system while serving as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Joseph McGraw with the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit.Meg was the 2013 recipient of the Illinois State Bar Association Law Student Public Service Award for her dedication and contribution to the community through her leadership in starting an annual Breast Cancer Fundraiser and raising money for scholarships to give to students who dedicate their summers to working at non-profit internships. She was also the recipient of the 2013 PCSW Outstanding Women Award as a result of her nomination by her law school professor and in recognition of her leadership roles and community involvement.