Megan C. Spence
Megan Spence is an Associate in the Seattle office of Williams Kastner. Megan graduated from Seattle University School of Law, where she was the content and development editor for the American Indian Law Journal as well as a member of the executive board for the Black Law Student Association. As a law student, Megan actively participated in mock trial competitions. As a competitor, she participated in the regional Constance Baker mock trial competition, where her team secured an invitation to the national competition. Additionally, Megan was selected to participate in the national Martin Luther King Jr. civil rights competition. Megan was the recipient of the Corporate Counsel for Women of Color scholarship as well as the King County Bar Foundation scholarship. During law school Megan served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge John R. Ruhl of the King County Superior Court.
Prior to law school, Megan worked as a social worker and volunteered her time coaching youth basketball.