J.D., University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2017
B.A., Benedictine College, magna cum laude, 2013
MEGAN M OLIVER
Megan is presently involved with the defense of workers’ compensation claims, including negotiating settlements with intervenors, witness depositions, hearings and motion practice.
Prior to joining Cousineau, Waldhauser & Kieselbach, Megan served as an extern in the Trademark Group of a Minneapolis Intellectual Property law firm, where she assisted in case development, litigation support, and legal research. Megan also worked in the International Legal Studies department of her law school and continues to serve as the Global Initiatives Coordinator of the International Dispute Resolution Research Network, a pro-bono group of lawyers based at St. Thomas who are committed to advancing the field of dispute resolution.
As a child, Megan was determined to become a concert pianist “when she grew up”. One day, a piano teacher informed young Megan that concert pianists must practice upwards of 10 hours – every day. Megan then decided to pursue a different path, but still enjoys playing classical music whenever she can find a free piano laying around.
Jessup International Law Moot Court (2016)
Journal of Law and Public Policy, Sr. Editor
Minnesota State Bar Association
American Bar Association
MIPLA (Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association)