Meagan completed her Juris Doctor law degree at Murdoch University.Prior to commencing work at MKI legal,Meagan volunteered at the Sussex Street Community Law Service where she worked in discrimination claims lodged with Human Rights and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
Meagan works primarily in MKI Legal’s employment litigation team, preparing witness statements, legal submissions and other trial documents. Meagan has experience in helping clients with unfair dismissal, discrimination, general protections and underpayment claims.
Meagan’s skills lie in identifying claims and key issues, negotiating with their former employers either informally or formally within the conciliation or mediation, representing clients in the Federal Circuit Court. Meagan has experience in formally representing clients before processes before the Fair Work Commission as well as matters before the Australian Human Rights Commission and Federal Circuit Court Human Rights Division matters.
She has particular interest in discrimination law, particularly disability discrimination, and understanding clients concerns to make sure they feel heard.
In her spare time, Meagan is heavily involved in her childrens’ school community and enjoys walking with her Cavoodle, Tom, through the bush.