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Licensed in State of Texas
United States District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Texas
Melanie Gregg Charleston brings unique perspectives to her practice of school law. She focuses her legal practice in the area of governance, student law, and employment law.
Shortly after graduating from law school, she served as a legal intern for the Arlington Independent School District. Thereafter, she entered private practice, gaining experience in family law, employment law, probate, and criminal matters.
Prior to entering law school, Melanie worked for more than 12 years in human resources for the airline industry. There, she handled training, policy development, employee performance and discipline, dispute resolution, Equal Employment Opportunity investigations, and labor relations.
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