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Margot Pickering, an attorney practicing corporate disputes litigation in Kansas City.

Margot Pickering

Margot is a graduate of Kansas University Law School and practices with the Pickering Law Firm. Her emphasis is assisting in corporate disputes litigation.

Previously, Margot worked as an attorney at Gary E. Hinck P.A. in Topeka, KS, where she assisted individual consumers and small businesses to prepare for filing Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcies.

During law school, Margot worked at the Family Health Legal Clinic in Kansas City Kansas.  The Clinic provided legal assistance to low income and minority individuals.  Margot also spent a summer as a legal intern with Johnson County, Kansas District Court.  She wrote legal memorandums at the request of the District Court Judges, and performed research services for them as well.

Margot attended Kansas State as an undergraduate, receiving her undergraduate degree in psychology from Kansas State University.  During her undergraduate studies she worked for the office of Brenda Bell, a solo practitioner in Manhattan, Kansas.  Margot provided a wide range of office support, and paralegal support for Mrs. Bell’s practice of family law, personal bankruptcy and landlord tenant disputes.

Margot grew up in Kansas, and has fun watching both K-State football and KU basketball.  Outside of practicing law, Margot enjoys playing golf, running, skiing, and reading. Margot is the middle of three sisters and enjoys sharing her passion for the legal profession through working with her father, Chris Pickering.


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