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Megan Goor-Peters

Megan Goor-Peters

Megan Goor-Peters is the senior paralegal and office and property manager at the Brender Law Firm in Fort Worth. Her 40 years of experience at the firm includes handling personal injury, product liability, insurance bad faith, criminal, civil rights, probate, medical negligence, mass torts, class actions, sexual harassment, and employment discrimination cases from intake through trial and appellate litigation, including two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, Watson v. Fort Worth Bank & Trust and Trevino v. Texas.

Goor-Peters is a certified paralegal in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She has served as the president of the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division for two terms and is the former editor of the Texas Paralegal Journal. Goor-Peters currently serves as the Paralegal Division representative of the Texas Bar College and a member of the State Bar of Texas Taskforce for Responsible AI in the Law.

Guest Appearances
January 11, 2024

AI and the Practice of Law: Insights for Attorneys and Paralegals

AI has been around for a very long time, but 2023 was its renaissance, with ChatGPT and other AI technologies suddenly speeding forward with exponential growth. Attorneys and paralegals should be focused...