Meghan Hook is an associate in WSHB's White Plains office. She focuses her practice on employment practices liability claims, construction accidents, and complex general liability matters. Meghan also assists our national insurance coverage practice by advising and representing domestic and international insurers on first-party property (Homeowner’s and Commercial), commercial general liability, and professional errors and omission claims. This work includes a wide variety of first-party and third-party insurance cases, including the interpretation of policy provisions and exclusions.
Meghan graduated magna cum laude from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. While there, she served as an articles editor for the Pace Law Review and a member of Pace Law's Oral Advocacy Program. She also participated in moot court and national mock trial competitions and served as a student mentor and note taker. Throughout law school Meghan took part in the Courtroom Advocates Project, preparing and filing orders of protection for pro bono advocacy groups supporting victims of domestic violence.
Competitively selected to participate the Pro Bono Scholar Program, Meghan provided pro bono legal services directly to indigent clients in Yonkers Housing and Family Court. Meghan was also selected for the Federal Judicial Honors Program, dedicating a semester interning for the Hon. Paul E. Davison, Federal Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York.
Meghan earned her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, in Forensic Psychology from the College of Saint Rose.
- Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University (J.D., 2019, magna cum laude)
- College of Saint Rose (B.S., 2016, summa cum laude)
Licensed to Practice in
- New York
- Article, 3.23.22
- New York State Bar Association
- Westchester County Bar Association