Meet Attorney Meghan Hamley
Meghan is a litigation attorney focusing on personal injury cases, car accidents, and civil litigation. As part of her statewide practice, Meghan has handled cases in both Arkansas state and federal courts. Meghan is a life-long Conway native and a graduate of both Conway High School and the University of Central Arkansas.
Before joining the firm, Meghan worked for Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Rhonda Wood and was a 911-dispatcher for the Fayetteville police department. Meghan took hundreds of calls from people on the worst days of their life and helped get them to safety. This made Meghan realize her true passion, the law. During law school, Meghan joined Denton & Zachary as a law clerk where she routinely assisted on cases in front the of Arkansas Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and various other Arkansas Courts.
Meghan graduated from Conway High in then continued her education at the University of Central Arkansas. She obtained her law degree at William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock, Arkansas. During law school, Meghan held several executive positions that focused on reducing the stigma of mental health and providing mental health services to law students and lawyers alike. Meghan also wrote for the Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service during her time in law school. Meghan currently lives in Conway with her husband, Noah, and her dog, Murphy.