Attorney Megan Ellis is an attorney with Cameron Firm, PC. Ms. Ellis comes from a proud Navy family; both of her grandfathers, her uncle, and her brother served or are currently serving as sailors. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, as well as before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Ellis attended the University of Rhode Island, earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and graduating cum laude. After leaving URI, she went on to attend Boston College Law School, where she served as Executive Editor of the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter-Digest.
Career and Achievements
Upon her graduation from law school, Ms. Ellis joined the law firm of Chisholm, Chisholm and Kilpatrick where she focused her practice exclusively on representing veterans. Since 2014, she has represented hundreds of disabled veterans in their pursuit for VA benefits. Ms. Ellis has significant experience dealing with issues including Agent Orange exposure, mental health disabilities, and unemployability claims. She served as co-counsel on several key cases, including Harper v. Wilkie and Lyles v. Shulkin. In 2020, Attorney Megan Ellis brought her wealth of experience to the Cameron Firm where she continues to fight on behalf of the veterans and their families who served this country.