Megan LeRoux has served in the Maryland Judiciary for 13 years.
She started her career as a Courtroom Clerk in Montgomery County, where she enjoyed the fast pace and high profile cases. She was featured in the Frederick News Post "Slice of Life" as to why she began her career in the Judiciary.
To be closer to her family, Megan transferred to the District Court in Frederick County, and ultimately transitioned to the Circuit Court for Frederick County, where she has been since 2006. As the Courtroom Clerk, she efficiently runs the courtroom, including every case type from criminal, juvenile, child support, bond hearings, and divorce and custody. She enjoys jury trials the most.
She is a professional, working well with and earning the respect of Judges and Magistrates, as well as lawyers in our community in the State’s Attorney’s Office and the Bar Association of Frederick County.
Before beginning her career in the Judiciary, Megan thoroughly enjoyed her former profession as a florist. In fact, she still cultivates a flower garden every summer and is known in the legal community for making bouquets and arrangements, which she gives to friends and colleagues on special occasions.
Megan has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Legal Studies from the University of Maryland, University College. In 2016, after 4 years of specialized training, she completed the Institute for Court Management (ICM) program, a highly distinguished nationally recognized program. Recently, Megan has been accepted to the ICM Fellow program. These qualifications distinguish her as the best candidate.
She is the mother of three sons Daniel, Stephen, and Jake, all of Frederick County, Maryland.