Megan N. Creson
Megan N. Creson joined Lowther Johnson as an Associate in 2016 after clerking with the firm throughout law school. Megan handles a wide range of practice areas, including real estate and property law, business law, creditor’s rights, personal injury law, estates and trusts, landlord-tenant law, and labor and employment law. She was selected by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as an honoree at the 22nd Annual Women’s Justice Awards in 2020 and by the Springfield Business Journal as a Trusted Adviser in the Up-and-Comer category in 2017.
Megan attended the University of Missouri School of Law, where she served as Associate Managing Editor for the Journal of Dispute Resolution and completed a Landlord-Tenant Practicum through Mid-Missouri Legal Services. As a first-year law student, Megan interned with the Honorable David D. Noce at the Eastern District Court of Appeals. She also was a recipient of the Honorable Richard E. Dorr Memorial Scholarship. Before entering law school, she graduated magna cum laude from Drury University with a bachelor’s degree in communication in 2009 and with her master’s degree in communication in 2013. Throughout her higher education experience at Drury and prior to attending law school, Megan worked full time in communications and business development in Springfield.
A Springfield native, Megan enjoys practicing law in the Ozarks. Outside of her practice, Megan enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, biking, traveling, and being outdoors.