Megan Hazel is an experienced defense litigator who has worked across a number of business sectors and is experienced in a diverse array of practice areas. Her background spans in-house, government, small and large law firm experience, and she ran her own solo law practice for several years.
She now defends school districts in all aspects of litigation involving claims of civil rights violations, general liability matters, and labor and employment issues, such as employment discrimination, retaliation, and violations of federal and state laws, including the Family Medical Leave Act and Fair Labor Standards Act.
In addition to her impressive courtroom reputation and track record, she is known for her excellent communication skills and ability to foster confidence and trust with her clients.
She is a former vice chair of the Montgomery County Child Advocacy Committee, and she also served as a board member for Libertae Halfway House and Libertae Family House, nonprofit organizations in Bensalem, Pennsylvania that are dedicated to providing comprehensive treatment for drug and alcohol recovery for women and their families.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D.)
- New York University (B.A.)
- New Jersey (Inactive)
- New York (Inactive)