Meri Pincock

Meri Pincock

Paralegal

Meri is a native of Las Vegas, NV who moved to Colorado in 1983. Meri provides legal support to the legal staff, assisting in all phases of litigation, discovery and administrative support.

Prior to joining MSLF, Meri worked as a legal assistant in various areas of law, including her own temporary contract agency “Meri Meri Temporary” in the Roaring Fork Valley, providing a full range of legal support for attorneys specializing in civil litigation, labor and employment defense, transactional and corporate. Meri joined MSLF as a paralegal in August of 2019.

In her free time, Meri loves everything Colorado which includes skiing, hiking, biking, music, dancing and yoga.

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