Attorney Catherine Meehan Joins MUSC College of Nursing Board of Directors
The Steinberg Law Firm is pleased to announce that one of our attorneys, Catherine (Catie) Meehan joined the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) College of Nursing Board of Directors. Catie brings a unique perspective to her practice, having experience in both the medical and legal fields.
Before beginning her legal education, Catie received a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She then headed to the Medical University of South Carolina where she earned a B.S. in Nursing. She worked as a pediatric nurse for three years at MUSC.
Becoming a member of the board of directors offers Catie an opportunity for community leadership on behalf of the school, which ranks sixth in the country for online nursing programs. Catie’s term on the board lasts three years. She will advise the school on how to grow its alumni and community engagement, advise the Dean and Director of Development about potential donors among individuals, corporations and foundations, and speak on behalf of the school.
Catie graduated magna cum laude from the Charleston School of Law in May 2013. She was the Student Editor of the Charleston Law Review and authored two published articles.
After finishing two internship/clerkship appointments, Catie realized she wanted to focus her legal career on helping people. Her passion for medicine and law led her to the Steinberg Law Firm, which represents individuals injured at work or outside of work. Her medical knowledge is helpful in dealing with complex issues that arise in personal injury cases and medical malpractice claims.
If you were injured at work or in your daily life, contact the knowledgeable South Carolina workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys at the Steinberg Law Firm today at (843) 720-2800. The initial consultation is free.
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