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Meaghan Coker

Articling Student

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Biography

Meaghan Coker is an articling student at Stevenson Whelton LLP. She graduated from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law in the spring of 2021. During law school, Meaghan was active in the Faculty’s mooting program, competing in the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot and the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot, earning recognition in the best-written submissions category. Meaghan placed additional focus on legal research and writing training, including completing the Dean’s Research and Writing Fellowship and the Ontario Court of Justice Legal Research and Writing Practicum.

Prior to law school, Meaghan held policy development roles in the public, non-profit, and private sector. She worked in the areas of economic development, transportation infrastructure, telecommunications, first nations energy solutions, disability rights, and poverty reduction. From 2014-18, Meaghan served the Ontario government as a policy and legislative advisor to Ministers in the Community and Social Services and Energy portfolios.

Meaghan is interested in exploring all areas of litigation at Stevenson Whelton.