Megan M. PowersAssociate Attorney
Megan Powers strives to provide effective and personal representation to those who have been injured. She understands how difficult it can be when accidents happen and wants to help make the process easier to manage.
Megan Powers attended the Walter F. Georgia School of Law at Mercer University in Macon, GA. Before law school, she attained her Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering. At Mercer, she was the president of the Association of Women Law Students as well as the Vice Chair of Mock Trial for the Mercer Advocacy Council. Competing in the National Trial Competition is where she honed her oral argument skills and realized her passion for advocacy.
Prior to joining Callahan Law, Megan worked at several law firms, dealing with issues ranging from creditor’s rights to criminal defense. When she’s not helping clients, you can find her exploring the Pacific Northwest and traveling all over the world.
Ms. Powers is dedicated to zealously representing each of Callahan Law’s clients to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve.