As part of Bond’s Collegiate Sports practice, Meghan provides clients with drafting NCAA case and legislative history research; analyzing investigative interviews in client cases and assisting attorneys in preparing and transcribing interviews. Meghan has focused her career on collegiate sports law throughout her educational experience, including participating as a college athlete and relevant work experiences.

Prior to joining Bond, Meghan was an intern with the National Collegiate Athletic Association providing case support for investigations into major Level I and Level II violations, as well as reviewing and analyzing records pertinent to investigations. Meghan was also a summer law clerk at Bond prior to her work with the NCAA, as well as having additional work experience with the NCAA in various support capacities. Meghan also served as vice president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society while at Robert H. McKinney School of Law.