Megan joined Serpe, Jones, Andrews, Callender & Bell PLLC as an associate in August 2020. Her primary practice area is litigation with a focus on health care and commercial disputes.

Megan earned her J.D. from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in May 2017. During her time in law school, Megan served as a Co-Chair to the Board of Advocates, Articles Editor of the Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal, and was elected as the Student Bar Association President. Megan’s graduating law school class selected her as the recipient of the Student Bar Association Prize, which is awarded to the student rendering the most valuable and significant service to the student body. Upon graduation, Megan was asked to join the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Young Alumni Board where she continues to serve today. Megan also participates in the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Mentorship Program.

Before obtaining her J.D., Megan earned a degree in radiologic technology and worked in a hospital setting as a radiographic technologist. Through this education and work in direct patient care, Megan gained an understanding of multiple health care areas including general medical knowledge and the practical experiences of the nurses, doctors, and ancillary health workers that she now applies in her practice of health care litigation.

Megan is an active member of the Junior League of Houston, Inc. and has held many different leadership roles within the organization. Outside of work, Megan enjoys golfing, running, traveling, and spending time with her dogs and family.

Areas of Practice

  • Health-Care Transactions
  • Health-Care Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation

Education

  • University of Oklahoma College of Law, J.D., 2017
    • Student Bar Association President
    • Co-Chair, Board of Advocates
    • Articles Editor, Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal
  • Oklahoma State University, B.S., 2013
  • Southwestern Oklahoma State University, A.A.S., 2008

Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas