Meghan Boudreau Daigle is an attorney practicing in the areas of employment and property law. She has practiced in the areas of insurance defense law including medical malpractice, automobile negligence and employment discrimination cases. Before working as a civil trial attorney, Ms. Daigle handled cases in various areas of legal practice including: dependency, family, probate, guardianship, corporate and small claims law. Ms. Daigle has also worked for Legal Services of North Florida and Legal Aid of Tallahassee. She is active in her community supporting children and food distributions. She has also received recognition for her pro bono work.
Ms. Daigle served as President of Tallahassee Women Lawyers in 2012-2013. She previously served as Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer for Leon County. Her most previous work was with The Office of the Attorney General representing the State of Florida, state agencies and the judiciary in civil rights cases.
Ms. Daigle received her J.D. degree from The Florida State University College of Law in 2002. She graduated cum laude with a B.S. degree in Communications, from Florida State University and a minor in Journalism, from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Ms. Daigle grew up a child of an Air Force pilot and lived in various places before calling Tallahassee home.
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