Megan Clark

Megan M. Clark is an associate at the law firm of Bolen, Parker, Brenner, Lee & Engelsman, Ltd. in Alexandria, Louisiana, specializing in insurance defense litigation. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from L.S.U.A. in 2012, she obtained her law degree from L.S.U. Law School in 2015, and was admitted to practice law in Louisiana on May 12, 2016. Before starting as an associate with Bolen, Parker, Brenner, Lee & Engelsman, Ltd., Megan served as the judicial law clerk for Judge Bennett and Judge Spruill of the Twelfth Judicial District Court located in Marksville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana.

Megan was raised in Bordelonville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana where she attended Avoyelles High School, and was very active in 4-H, a youth lector for St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Bordelonville, Louisiana, and an active participant for her local chapter of the Family Readiness Group, a support system for military families during deployment. Her parents are Trent P. Clark, former County-Agent with the Avoyelles Parish LSU AgCenter Cooperative Extension Office and current Avoyelles Parish Police Juror for District 7 and local cotton and grain farmer, and SFC Holly M. Clark, Senior Human Resource NCO for the 773rd Military Police Battalion of the Louisiana National Guard, who has been proudly serving our country since shortly after graduating high school in 1986. Megan has one sibling, Trevor P. Clark, who is currently a sophomore at Louisiana School for the Agriculture Sciences in Bunkie, Louisiana.

During law school, Megan was active in the Public Interest Law Society, participating in their Junior Partners Academy, serving as a Street Law teacher, volunteering with the East Baton Rouge Parish Teen Court program, and serving as a Live Help operator for This service earned Megan the honor of being distinguished at graduation as one of the few students who completed over fifty hours of pro-bono work during their time at L.S.U. Law School. Megan was also an active participant in L.S.U. Law School’s Trial Advocacy Program, where she was a member of their shadow team, a 2014 LSU Arbitration Competition finalist, a member of the 2014-2015 LSU Trial Advocacy Board, and a participant in the 2015 ABA Arbitration Competition in Chicago, IL, representing the L.S.U. Law School Trial Advocacy Program. Additionally, Megan participated in L.S.U. Law School’s inaugural Apprenticeship Week program were she completed the Effective Mediation Advocacy Skills Workshop.