Megan undertook a summer placement at Watkins and Gunn in 2018. She has since joined the firm’s Public Law department where she is under the supervision of Partner, Michael Imperato. Megan’s current role involves assisting the firm in representing members of Haemophilia Wales and Haemophilia Northern Ireland that were victims of the Contaminated Blood Scandal.
Megan obtained her law degree (LLB) from the University of Surrey in 2017. Throughout her studies she was an active member of the university’s Human Rights Society and Secretary of the university’s Athletics and Cross Country Club. Megan is currently undertaking the Legal Practice Course LLM with the University of Law.
Outside of Work
In her spare time Megan enjoys spending time with friends and family, is a keen skier, loves travelling and keeps active by attending the gym.