Megan Parkinson was raised in Heber City, Utah. She earned her B.A. in English Language Studies with minors in Spanish and Music from Brigham Young University in 2007, graduating magna cum laude. She then attended the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University, graduating with her J.D. in 2010. Following her graduation, Megan was admitted to the Utah Bar. Throughout her legal education, Megan gained hands-on experience working as a legal intern and assistant for civil litigation firms in Utah and Australia. She also volunteered at a local Hispanic community center in Utah, where she helped immigrants procure legal aid. In addition to these experiences, she served as an editor for Brigham Young University’s Education and Law Journal.
Megan is currently practicing natural resources and energy law litigation. She has experience as a law clerk/paralegal in the areas of curative title work, mortgage foreclosures, personal injury, and some employment law, criminal and family law litigation.
- Brigham Young University (J.D., 2010)
- Birgham Young University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2007)
- Utah Supreme Court
- Before working at Lear & Lear Megan worked as a paralegal in Florida doing curative title work, working with mortgage foreclosure, personal injury, employment, and some criminal and family law litigation.
- Utah State Bar Association
- Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation