Meghan Senter is a partner in the MG+M New Orleans office. Meghan has been part of the New Orleans community for over a decade and firmly believes that striving for diversity, equity, and inclusion should permeate not only the workplace, but our day to day life. “Engaging with and including those of differing backgrounds brings a wealth of perspective that can illuminate and challenge our established beliefs. That can apply, in our work, to legal issues we encounter every day, and enable our teams to deliver the best results for our clients.” Meghan is grateful to be part of a community-minded firm that understands DEI is an important effort not just as a business, but as good global citizens.
Meghan’s community involvement has involved pro bono cases for Catholic Charities involving juveniles seeking special immigration status, interview skills development workshops with local law schools, and teaching landmark cases to local elementary schools. She is a participant in the Diversity Conclave for the Louisiana State Bar Association, a member of the Association of Women Attorneys and a member of the MG+M Women’s Forum.