OVERVIEW

Megan Pluviose is the Chief Operating Officer for Bernkopf. In this pivotal role, Megan is responsible for leading the firm’s operations, managing complex organizational structures, and enhancing operational efficiency. Her role extends beyond day-to-day management; she partners closely with the Executive Committee to spearhead and execute the firm’s strategic development, ensuring a cohesive and forward-thinking approach to growth and innovation.

With over 20 years of experience in law firm administration, Megan’s background encompasses a wide range of operational expertise in small and large firms. This experience positions her uniquely to understand the nuanced challenges and opportunities within the legal sector, allowing her to make impactful decisions that benefit the firm.

Her commitment to the legal administrative community is evident through her active involvement with the International Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). Megan has had significant involvement in the local level through the Boston Chapter of the ALA, including her tenure as Chapter President in 2020-2021 and her ongoing participation in several of the Chapter’s committees. This engagement underscores her dedication to the profession and her interest in its continuous development.

Megan’s professional excellence was recognized in 2021 when she was named an “Excellence in the Law” honoree by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly for her contributions to Firm Administration/Operations. This accolade highlights her exceptional capabilities in managing and innovating legal firm operations.

Holding a degree from Northeastern University, Megan combines her academic knowledge with practical experience to bring insightful and effective leadership to Bernkopf. Her role as COO is a testament to her ability to drive strategic initiatives, manage complex operations, and lead a team toward achieving the firm’s overarching goals.

Credentials

Education

Northeastern University

Memberships & Activities

Past President, Association of Legal Administrators - Boston Chapter

Megan Pluviose is the Chief Operating Officer for Bernkopf. In this pivotal role, Megan is responsible for leading the firm’s operations, managing complex organizational structures, and enhancing operational efficiency. Her role extends beyond day-to-day management; she partners closely with the Executive Committee to spearhead and execute the firm’s strategic development, ensuring a cohesive and forward-thinking approach to growth and innovation.

With over 20 years of experience in law firm administration, Megan’s background encompasses a wide range of operational expertise in small and large firms. This experience positions her uniquely to understand the nuanced challenges and opportunities within the legal sector, allowing her to make impactful decisions that benefit the firm.

Her commitment to the legal administrative community is evident through her active involvement with the International Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). Megan has had significant involvement in the local level through the Boston Chapter of the ALA, including her tenure as Chapter President in 2020-2021 and her ongoing participation in several of the Chapter’s committees. This engagement underscores her dedication to the profession and her interest in its continuous development.

Megan’s professional excellence was recognized in 2021 when she was named an “Excellence in the Law” honoree by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly for her contributions to Firm Administration/Operations. This accolade highlights her exceptional capabilities in managing and innovating legal firm operations.

Holding a degree from Northeastern University, Megan combines her academic knowledge with practical experience to bring insightful and effective leadership to Bernkopf. Her role as COO is a testament to her ability to drive strategic initiatives, manage complex operations, and lead a team toward achieving the firm’s overarching goals.

Education

Northeastern University

Past President, Association of Legal Administrators - Boston Chapter