Meghan Fletcher received a Bachelors of Arts in International Relations with a focus on Global Environment, Health, and Natural Resources from the University of California, Davis in 2006 and received a J.D. from California Western School of Law in 2012, concentrating on International and Comparative Law.
Meghan was awarded the Wiley W. Manuel Award for Pro Bono Legal Services by the State Bar of California in 2014 for her work with the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program's H.I.V./A.I.D.S. Legal Services Project, and as time passed Meghan devoted more of her efforts to serve local immigrant communities. Studying international law and immigration policies just a few miles from the U.S.-Mexico border made a lasting impression. After returning to the San Francisco area, the Muslim Travel Ban announced by the Trump administration inspired Meghan to volunteer at pro-bono naturalization workshops for individuals with limited resources.
Meghan coordinated with former colleagues and professors in 2020 to advocate for detained asylum-seekers from Cameroon who were scheduled to be flown back to the country where they had been tortured and would almost certainly be killed. The combined efforts of several attorneys, advocates, and media personnel led to the release of several individuals and at least one cancelled "Death Plane" destined for West Africa. She realized the gravity of the situation many immigrants faced in the United States under current policies, and decided to devote her efforts and expertise to the full-time practice of U.S. Immigration and Refugee Law.
As an attorney for the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, Meghan focuses on Naturalization and Citizenship practice, assisting clients along their journeys to become U.S. Citizens. Her passion for her work and ability to provide trauma-informed services to her clients allows her to address many difficult situations that clients may experience with a high degree of professionalism and care.