Megan Bruyns

During law school, Megan clerked for the Honorable Robert Dowd, Jr. on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District and worked as a Rule 13 Student Attorney for the City of St. Louis.  After graduation, Megan returned to the City of St. Louis as an Assistant City Counselor.  In this role, she gained significant litigation experience representing clients in lawsuits related to personal injury, civil rights, and land use.  Megan also served as legal counsel for two pension plans for first responders.

Prior to pursuing a career in the legal field, Megan worked as a teacher. Megan is a member of the Junior League of St. Louis, an organization committed to voluntarism and community improvement through effective action and leadership.


  • B.A., University of California-Berkeley, with distinction, Phi Betta Kappa, 2010
  • J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2017; Executive Notes Editor, Washington University Global Studies Law Review


  • State of Missouri