Meg Houlihan

Tonkon Torp LLP
1600 Pioneer Tower
888 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204

PHONE: 503.802.2184
EMAIL: meg.houlihan@tonkon.com
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Meg is an associate in Tonkon Torp's Litigation Department. Before joining the firm, she served as a judicial law clerk for both Judge Morgan Christen at the U.S Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, and Judge Michael Simon at the U.S. District Court, District of Oregon. She worked on several trials and did extensive research for civil and criminal matters, including environmental, intellectual property, employment, civil rights, and tribal law cases.
 
Meg is a 2015 graduate of Yale Law School, where she was a teaching fellow, a member of the Trial Advocacy Team, and Submissions Editor at the Yale Law & Policy Review. She was also a participant in Yale's Environmental Protection Clinic.
 
While a law student, Meg worked as a summer associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, LLP in Los Angeles and as an extern with the King County Prosecutor's Office, in Seattle. Before law school, she worked at a nonprofit legal clinic helping defend tenants facing evictions.
 
During her free time, Meg heads out of town on long runs, hikes, and other outdoor adventures in the Pacific Northwest.
Meg is an associate in Tonkon Torp's Litigation Department. Before joining the firm, she served as a judicial law clerk for both Judge Morgan Christen at the U.S Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, and Judge Michael Simon at the U.S. District Court, District of Oregon. She worked on several trials and did extensive research for civil and criminal matters, including environmental, intellectual property, employment, civil rights, and tribal law cases.
 
Meg is a 2015 graduate of Yale Law School, where she was a teaching fellow, a member of the Trial Advocacy Team, and Submissions Editor at the Yale Law & Policy Review. She was also a participant in Yale's Environmental Protection Clinic.
 
While a law student, Meg worked as a summer associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson, LLP in Los Angeles and as an extern with the King County Prosecutor's Office, in Seattle. Before law school, she worked at a nonprofit legal clinic helping defend tenants facing evictions.
 
During her free time, Meg heads out of town on long runs, hikes, and other outdoor adventures in the Pacific Northwest.