Meghan Hurse has a heart for service – whether that’s to her clients or the community. She is developing a practice focus on labor and employment law. Besides defending companies in litigation or other disputes, Meghan helps businesses with HR policies, practices and agreements.
Meghan has done pro bono work assisting victims of family and child abuse. She has taken steps to continue that work.
When she leaves the office, Meghan enjoys walking her two very large dogs and spending any free time outdoors listening to good music with family and friends.
- Led the prosecution and defense of several small claims court trials.
- Led several hearings in general civil litigation matters.
- Assisted in defending against a trade secret theft suit.
- Represented many clients in general civil litigation matters.
Woodlands Bar Association | Member
Executive Women’s Alliance | Member
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
Class of 2011
Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity
Class Rank │ Top 30%
University of North Texas
School of Criminal Justice
Class of 2007
Lambda Alpha Epsilon (American Criminal Justice Association)