Margaret (Meg) Parker is an associate at Nye, Stirling, Hale, Miller & Sweet, where she focuses on handling complex civil litigation in state and federal court. Her practice focuses on employment issues such as wrongful termination, discrimination, and civil rights violations, as well as civil litigation issues such as breach of contract, negligence, and intellectual property.
Prior to joining Nye, Stirling, Hale, Miller & Sweet, Meg worked as an associate at the Los Angeles office of an international law firm, where her practice focused on representation of employers in both single-plaintiff and wage and hour class action matters. She also counseled and advised clients on day-to-day employment issues regarding employee discipline and termination, wage and hour law compliance, leaves of absence, and independent contractor versus employee classification.
Meg is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her undergraduate degrees in Rhetoric and French, and of Georgetown University Law Center, where she received her juris doctorate.
While in law school, Meg was an extern for Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She also served as the Editor-in-Chief for the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and received the St. Thomas More Award for Outstanding Student Work in Legal Ethics.