Megan Prouatt

Megan graduated from the University of Queensland in 2017 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business Management (Human Resources). During her studies, Megan had a particular interest in Employment Law and Workplace Relations, and completed electives such as Labour Law, Negotiating Employment Agreements, Employment Relations and Managing Workplace Conflict.

During her time at University Megan was a passionate social justice advocate. In 2016-2017 she was Vice President (Social Justice) of the University of Queensland’s Justice and the Law Society. In that role, Megan led a fundraising initiative for the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service. In her final years of University, Megan also volunteered for the Queensland Public Interest Law Clearing House and Prisoners’ Legal Service.

Megan previously worked as a law clerk at Bramwell Chambers in Brisbane. She joined Harmers in 2017 as a summer clerk and paralegal before commencing as a solicitor. Megan was admitted as a solicitor in December 2017.

Megan works across all of the Firm’s practice areas.