Megan Mull is a Specialist of Alternative Staffing and leads document review staffing and management for the IG360 Group within Clark Hill.
Megan has more than 10 years of related legal experience. She has worked as a litigation paralegal managing large dockets with multiple clients. Megan’s practice experience includes insurance defense, real estate, probate and estate, consumer rights, and employment law.
Megan’s experience allows her to engage with her team to quickly identify the needs of the client and provide an exceptional review product for the client. She is responsible for contract reviewer attorney staffing and budgeting for managed document review projects for the IG360 Group. Megan works with attorneys and her team across all offices to manage and oversee the flow of review projects from inception to collections. Megan is also responsible for a variety of operational functions within the IG360 and ASSET360 groups.
Megan has her B.A. of Liberal Arts from University of Michigan-Dearborn (UofM) with a concentration in Pre-Law, including a major in Women’s and Gender Studies. Megan’s directed research at UofM was focused on women in law and workplace gender equity polices. Megan additionally had the opportunity in undergrad to participate in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange at the Macomb Correctional Facility. Her internships included working twice with the Chief Judge of 33rd District Court and a summer-long internship working on two criminal trials with recently appointed Judge to the 23rd Dist. Court.