Phone: 215-925-0705 x3606
Megan primarily assists in the representation of individuals and businesses in a variety of immigration matters.
While completing her studies at the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, Megan was part of the executive board for the school’s immigration advocacy group, as well as serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the law school’s student-run newspaper. She also published her law review article with the UIC Law Review in which she analyzed the 2020 United States Supreme Court’s decision in Dept. of Homeland Security v. Regents of the Univ. of Cal. In May 2022, Megan graduated cum laude from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law.
Megan received her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Boston University in 2015. While at Boston University, Megan studied abroad in Geneva, Switzerland and interned with a women’s and children’s advocacy and empowerment non-profit, Women’s World Summit Foundation where she helped spearhead an international campaign that empowers the world’s rural women to assert their human rights and achieve gender equality. She also served as a special rapporteur at the United Nations during the 2015 NGO CSW Geneva Beijing+20 Review Forum. After graduating from Boston University, Megan lived in Chengdu, China for 15 months teaching English to children. Upon returning to the States, she worked for the Neurology Research Department at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. While there, Megan processed primarily J-1 and H-1B visas for the Department’s 500+ foreign nationals and offered guidance on immigration-related matters.
Megan is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania but can practice immigration law in any state.
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