Maggie is a member of the Health Care Practice Group. She has a working knowledge of the health care industry, which she implements in her practice.
Prior to law school she received her Master of Public Health in Social and Behavioral Science and a graduate certificate in Women’s Health from West Virginia University’s School of Public Health. Additionally, during her last semester of law school, she worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Public Health Law Program in Atlanta, Georgia, completing work in the areas of rural health, privacy and legal epidemiology. She has been a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)® since 2014. In fall 2016, Maggie was chosen to speak at the American Public Health Association’s annual conference in Denver, Colorado, and presented a poster entitled “Access to Care in West Virginia: Law as a Promoter or Hindrance to Rural Health.”
Originally from Martinsburg, West Virginia, Maggie received her J.D. from West Virginia University and was a member of the West Virginia Law Review. While in law school, she received a CALI Award for Excellence in Healthcare Fraud and Abuse.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Margaret L. Power