Growing up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Meghan Nolen feels a strong connection to her work today because she helps people from her hometown and the surrounding area. Known for her loyalty, compassion, honesty, and independence, she was naturally drawn to a legal career that would allow her to better the lives of those around her.
Meghan Nolen attended Louisiana State University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Finance. She continued her education at LSU Law School, where she achieved her Juris Doctor only a few years later.
Before joining Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers, she was a Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Marcotte and Judge O’Callaghan at the First Judicial District Court, where she gained in-depth legal experience that cannot be replicated elsewhere. She also acted as a Law Clerk at the Federal Public Defender Office with a focus on cases involving the Probation and Parole Re-Entry Clinic. Meghan has also completed the Roger Dodd Trial Skills Clinic and the Civil Mediation Clinic.
Today, Attorney Nolen is a highly valued member of our firm’s personal injury – plaintiff team.
When not working on a case, Meghan likes to travel, walk her dogs, hang out with her family, and complete DIY projects, including some interior decorating now and then. She loves true crime series, too, and likes to listen to the “Sword and Scale” and “Crime Junkie” podcasts.