Meghan Moody is an attorney in the Memphis office of Siskind Susser, where her practice is focused primarily on physician immigration. She also handles cases for academics and researchers, as well as individuals in the sports, entertainment, and fashion industries. She has experience with J-1 waivers, H-1Bs, O-1s, EB-1 extraordinary ability petitions, national interest waivers, PERM labor certification based green cards, as well as a variety of other business and family immigration processes.
Meghan received her bachelor’s degree in English. While receiving her undergraduate education, she was a member of the Student Association, the Pre-law Society, and the Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society, and she volunteered with multiple organizations such as International Justice Mission, Service-for-Sight, and Bulldogs on the Move. She also tutored students in the university’s athletic department and international exchange student program.
Meghan earned her Juris Doctor degree from The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. As a law student, she represented the school as a Student Ambassador for the Admissions office, a track leader for Public Action Law Society, and a member of the University of Memphis Law Review, where she received the “Editor of the Year” award in 2018. She was also an active member of the Association of Woman Attorneys, the Street Law Society, and The University of Memphis’s Neighborhood Preservation Clinic. As a law student, she represented individuals as a Student Attorney in Community Legal Center’s Immigrant Justice Program, where she worked on family-based petitions, U-visas for victim of crimes, naturalizations, and humanitarian cases. Meghan was awarded multiple awards in law school, including the University of Memphis Law Review “Editor of the Year” award in 2018, the CALI award for excellence for her work in her Education & Civil Rights class, and the Dean’s Distinguished Pro Bono award for completing over 100 hours of pro bono work during her law school career.
Meghan is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the International Medical Graduate Taskforce (IMGT), and is a member of the Tennessee bar.