Meredith Bro is a Washington native who has grown a deep appreciation for the South. While earning her undergraduate degree from The University of Mississippi in political science and journalism, she served as an intern at Innovative Federal Strategies in Washington, D.C. where she gained unique insight into the realm of advocacy.
Following her undergraduate career, Meredith remained in the South to attend Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. During Meredith’s time at Loyola, she served as Managing Editor of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal, case summary contributor for the Loyola Current, and brief writer and oralist for the National Environmental Moot Court Team.
Following law school, Meredith served as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Caddo Parish First Judicial District Court for the Honorable Judge Katherine C. Dorroh and the Honorable Judge Michael A. Pitman. During her clerkship, Meredith gained experience in criminal, civil, and domestic divisions. Meredith subsequently joined the firm in 2021 after her clerkship and is involved in all areas of the firm’s civil litigation practice. Outside of practicing law, Meredith enjoys biking along the Red River, kayaking, and cooking.
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