Ms. Myers has focused her legal career on defending the rights of individuals against large, powerful organizations. After her undergraduate studies she began her career as a legal assistant at one of Chicago’s top personal injury law firm. She worked alongside attorneys fighting for justice against large insurance companies. She then attended John Marshall law school in Chicago, where she spent two years in a fair housing clinic battling discrimination cases for indigent clients. Working with the Cook County Justice Corps, she fought on the side of homeowners against big banks during the housing crisis. Her legal skills and passion helped some the most underrepresented and underprivileged individuals in Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods against predatory lenders and big banks.
Upon relocating to Phoenix, Ms. Myers began working with a boutique criminal defense law firm, fighting largely for indigent clients. On behalf of the National Association of Women Lawyers, Ms. Myers fought for expanded protections for victims of online harassment and abuse. She also began working with the National Advocacy and Training Network, SEEDS program, advocating for women trapped in the court system and fighting to have felony convictions set aside. Immediately prior to joining Tait & Hall, Ms. Myers practiced for a large firm in the Phoenix area focusing on criminal, immigration and person injury litigation, where she advocated for hundreds of criminal clients in a wide array of case types.
Ms. Myers speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese and in 2016 joined Tait & Hall, PLLC, to bring her passion for the fight against injustices as a Criminal and Civil Litigation Associate.