Attorney Megan Knoll
Montgomery County Personal Injury Lawyer
Megan is a graduate of Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law. She served as a law clerk to the General Counsel's Office of Temple Hospital and Fox Chase Cancer Center, where she assisted in producing guidelines for clinical trial agreement negotiations with pharmaceutical sponsors. She was also responsible for researching numerous novel legal medical issues for presentation to the Temple Hospital Ethics Committee, and assisted in the development of Narcan and long-gun training policies for the Temple University Police Department.
Megan participated in the American Bar Association's Third Circuit Media Alert Project, where she composed summaries of Third Circuit precedential opinions for publication. She also served as a Co-Chair of the Women's Law Caucus and was a member of the Student Bar Association's Disciplinary Review Board. She participated in Temple's nationally recognized Trial Advocacy program, and won several awards for both her oral advocacy and legal writing. Megan is also a Fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society for her extensive pro bono work.
Megan joined Morris Wilson in 2017, where she focuses her practice on medical malpractice and commercial litigation. In addition to her work at Morris Wilson, P.C., Megan is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division and the Philadelphia Bar Association.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Commercial Litigation
- Temple University - James E. Beasley, School of Law
Memberships & Associations
- Montgomery County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division
- Philadelphia Bar Association.
- Fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society