Megan Goodall joined Cobb & Gonzalez in August 2019. Megan has a diverse background litigating on both sides of the aisle, prosecuting cases and defending clients in a wide-range of civil litigation matters. Upon graduation from law school, Megan began her legal career practicing general insurance defense with an emphasis on employment law, civil rights claims, government and municipal liability, consumer law, and personal injury claims. She currently handles business litigation, construction litigation and transactional matters for the firm.
Prior to joining Cobb & Gonzalez, Megan worked for the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office where she served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division. In this position, she represented the West Virginia Human Rights Commission and individual complainants in matters of employment discrimination and housing discrimination before the Human Rights Commission’s Administrative Law Judge. Megan completed the National Attorney’s General Training and Research Institute Trial School and was actively involved in human trafficking prevention outreach for law enforcement agencies and healthcare institutions throughout her home state.
Megan graduated from Marshall University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in International Relations. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Megan twice served as a Congressional Intern for Congressman Nick Rahall II on Capitol Hill where she performed constituency services. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2014. While in law school, she served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable W. Gregg McCaulie, with the Duval County Circuit Court and the Honorable Paul T. Farrell with the Cabell County Circuit Court.
Originally from West Virginia, Megan moved to Jacksonville in 2011 to attend law school and currently resides in Jacksonville with her husband Patrick and her dog, Rockefeller. Megan enjoys cooking, kayaking, and hitting the beach with friends in her spare time.