Meg Reeder-Cramer [she/her] joined Buscher Law in August 2019 as a clerk and was sworn in as an attorney later that fall.
After graduating college, MRC attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law where she was president of her graduating class. In law school MRC gained invaluable regulatory and policy experience as an intern with the American Civil Liberties Union. In her position with the ACLU of Oklahoma, MRC worked on state-wide criminal justice reform. Here, MRC’s passion for civil liberties began. Following this position MRC worked in a myriad of positions leading her to Buscher law.
From being at the ACLU to working in-house to interning at the United Nations in Switzerland, MRC’s experience in law school taught her to understand the realities of the bottom line while seeking, when possible, to implement best practices for building a better community.
MRC has extensive knowledge of business formation, regulatory compliance, and federal and state law. New to Colorado, she continues to add to her working knowledge of the cannabis industry.
MRC loves her new state and is, so far, enjoying all the snow. On weekends you can find her reading a few good books, spending time with her spouse, her dog Ruth, and her friends, and taking in all the amazing Colorado views.
J.D, University of Oklahoma, College of Law, 2019
B.A., Communication Studies, Oklahoma Baptist University, 2016
Colorado Attorney Registration Number: 54049