B.S., Diplomacy, Philosophy, Seton Hall University, 2016
J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2020
Megan Lombardo is an associate attorney with Dobson, Berns, and Rich, LLP, who practices in the area of employment law. Prior to joining the firm, Megan clerked for Judge Audrey G. Fleissig and Judge John A. Ross in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, and for Judge Gilbert C. Sison in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. As a law student, Megan served as a Student Attorney in Washington University’s First Amendment Clinic, where she and a partner drafted an amicus brief regarding the constitutionality of vague state harassment laws. The brief appeared before the United States Supreme Court. She also competed with the Washington University Jessup International Moot Court Team and addressed complex issues of human and civil rights law before a mock appellate body. In 2019, she took second place at the international competition out of more than 400 competitors. Megan also has experience teaching English in Kinmen, Taiwan, through the U.S. Fulbright program.
Professional Activities & Memberships
Assistant Coach, Washington University Jessup International Moot Court Team
Presentation, co-authored with Courtney Kayser, “Domestic Peacekeeping and Violence: How the State Radicalizes Peaceful Protestors,” Midwest Political Science Association (2021)
Article, “Hysteria in the Hunting Ground: Luce Irigaray and College Trigger Warnings,” 16 Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal 29 (2017)
Member, National Employment Lawyers Association