Meghan Barron handles a diverse range of legislative, administrative and policy issues, representing national and international clients on environmental, healthcare and international issues before Congress, the Executive Branch and the courts.

She counsels clients on developing and implementing comprehensive strategic plans to address specific needs or broader policy interests that require attention by the federal government. Ms. Barron also counsels clients on state laws governing lobbying and ethics.

Meghan was named to the 2008 class of Legal Bisnow's 30 Under 30, a listing of exceptional young legal talent in the Washington, DC region. The article naming her noted that she is a key member of the DLA Piper team representing Burma's opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi in efforts to free her from arbitrary detention.