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Meaghan Mixon

Associate Practice Areas: Litigation Phone: 1-202-968-4662 Email:

Meaghan is an associate in Elias Law Group's Litigation practice. She focuses her practice on political law matters with an emphasis on fighting voter suppression laws and legislation which disenfranchise minorities, young, low-income, disabled, and elderly voters. 

Most recently Meaghan has served on ELG teams which successfully struck voter suppression laws in Texas and Arkansas which targeted and disenfranchised impoverished, elderly, and non-native English-speaking voters. Now she is actively working to strike down antiquated laws which disproportionately impact minorities’ ability to cast their ballots in New York City. 

Meaghan is also growing her practice in the area of public records requests to promote government transparency and accountability. 

Prior to ELG, Meaghan’s practice covered a range of multi-jurisdictional state and federal litigation matters including civil and criminal conspiracy, fraud, employment, construction, pharmaceutical intellectual property rights, COVID-related insurance recovery, and class action data breach litigation.  

In 2020, Meaghan was named to the Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll with high honors after providing more than 100 hours of pro bono service before the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Meaghan continues in her commitment to pro bono service by providing legal services to domestic violence survivors with the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project. 

Meaghan earned her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law, while serving in chambers with the Hon. Yvonne M. Williams of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. 

Meaghan is located in ELG’s Washington, D.C. office.