Megan Klein provides Schwimer Weinstein LLP with a broad spectrum of experience. She’s known as a savvy, experienced litigator and negotiator. Ms. Klein has held second chair at trials and successfully argued countless motions before the court. She has several six-figure judgments to her credit.
A natural leader
As an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley, majoring in Political Economics of Industrial Societies, Ms. Klein was a coxswain on the men’s lightweight crew team. Her leadership abilities resulted in two Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association championships and two Pacific Coast Rowing championships. She’s adapted that drive and performance as a tough advocate at Schwimer Weinstein, LLP.
In 2010, Ms. Klein graduated from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana, Juris Doctor, with a certificate in Maritime Law.
Ms. Klein works very closely with Mr. Schwimer and Mr. Weinstein. Her experience as a plaintiffs’ advocate comes into play throughout her cases. She handles personal injury matters from pre-litigation to post-litigation settlement. Ms. Klein also contributes to the employment actions, real estate practice, business litigation and handles tenant/landlord disputes.
Associations that benefit from her advocacy
Ms. Klein is an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. And she donates time to the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities, a notable nonprofit that makes an important contribution in the lives of needy people and groups within the greater Los Angeles area. It provides financial assistance and focuses on issues related to education, children, battered women, persons with disabilities and homelessness.