As a criminal defense attorney, Megan is an aggressive and compassionate advocate for all of her clients. 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. This combination of degrees gives Megan a unique perspective when advocating for her clients. 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 trial advocacy. Megan worked as a law clerk and as an associate attorney at several firms, dealing with issues ranging from creditor’s rights to criminal defense. When she’s not helping clients, you can find her exploring her new home in the Pacific Northwest and traveling all over the world. Megan stands ready to defend you in your Washington criminal case.