Megan K. Holbrook
Megan K. Holbrook assists clients in the areas of civil litigation, guardianships and conservatorships, and family law matters in Casa Grande, Coolidge and throughout the surrounding counties of Arizona. Ms. Holbrook began her legal career working as a student attorney for the Domestic Violence Legal Project in Laramie, Wyoming, where she represented clients in family law matters. While in school, she began her training as a trial attorney by competing in the regional trial competition in Laramie, Wyoming.
Ms. Holbrook received her Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies and History from Colorado College, graduating cum laude. She went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wyoming College of Law where she served as Comment Editor for the Wyoming Law Review. While there, she authored the family law article entitled "The Wrong Side of the Coin." She graduated in May 2009 and passed the bar exam in October.
Ms. Holbrook is well-travelled, having been raised in Michigan, North Carolina, Colorado and Paris, France. She and her fiancé, Cody, currently reside in Gilbert, Arizona and will hold their wedding celebration in March 2010.
- Case Note: Family Law: The Wrong Side of the Coin – Policy, Permanency and the Problem of Legal Orphans in Wyoming: In re A.D., D.D., K.D. v. Wyoming Department of family Services, 151P.3d 1102 (Wyo. 2007)