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Meehan Rasch

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Biography

Meehan Rasch is a versatile appellate attorney who enjoys working with clients, trial counsel, and in-house attorneys in a variety of substantive areas.

As an appellate advocate, Meehan loves the challenge of crafting persuasive, well-supported arguments to help her clients prevail on appeal, especially in unusual factual situations and on legal issues of first impression.  Clients appreciate her creative thinking, comprehensive research, and clear writing, as well as her accessibility at each step of the appeals process.

Meehan possesses unique insight into both federal and state appellate systems, having clerked for Judge Ruggero J. Aldisert of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and later serving as a Senior Appellate Court Attorney at the California Court of Appeal, Second District.  She received her law degree from UCLA School of Law, where she was a senior editor of the UCLA Law Review and also gained experience with tribal court systems as a clinical extern to the Hopi Appellate Court.

Meehan is an engaged volunteer and leader in the Los Angeles legal community, including currently serving as Co-President of the LGBT Bar Association of Los Angeles and teaching legal writing and advocacy at USC Gould School of Law and UC Davis School of Law.

Professional Associations

Board Member, Womens Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)
Co-President (2018), LGBT Bar LA
Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC)
Los Angeles County Bar Association: Appellate Courts Section Member and Barristers (Government Relations Committee, 2013 - 2015)