A native of Terre Haute, Indiana, Attorney Meg Gibson graduated from Paul C. Schulte High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Indiana State University before pursuing a master’s degree in Latin from the University of Minnesota.
Meg spent the next 13 years teaching Latin and English in northern Virginia before moving to Atlanta to attend the Georgia State University College of Law. During law school, she spent two semesters as an intern at the Atlanta office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. After graduating, Meg practiced law in the areas of family law, small business matters, and real estate transactions. She is the past president of both the North Fulton Bar Association and the Sandy Springs Bar Association.
She joined Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin in 2008, where she focuses her practice on conducting pre-hearing case reviews for clients who have been denied Social Security Disability benefits.
When Meg isn’t in the office, she spends her spare time working in the yard or getting wrapped up in a good mystery novel.