At Meub Gallivan & Larson, Attorneys, PLC, we have made it our mission to meet the many different legal needs of people across Vermont.
We are a full-service law firm that devotes much of our practice to personal injury and workers' compensation cases. Whatever your case involves, you can depend on our lawyers to take effective, decisive action on your behalf.
has practiced law since 1978. Over his career, he has provided exceptional legal service to clients from all walks of life. Bill is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in Vermont, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Bill is a graduate of Lehigh University and Vermont Law School. Bill has vast experience in many areas of law, including school law, construction law, estate planning, probate litigation, and commercial transactions.
was admitted to the Vermont bar in 1999. She graduated from Lehigh University and Northeastern School of Law, and was a clerk with the federal court in Vermont.
Much of Erin’s practice has been dedicated to helping people in workers' compensation cases. She also advises condominium associations and schools and handles real estate transactions and estate planning.
was born and raised in Middletown Springs, Vermont. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 2003, Chris came back to Vermont and clerked for two years with the Rutland County Superior Court.
Chris focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice, and also does family law.
served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Belize and went on to graduate from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2013.
She now focuses much of her work on intellectual property, business law, and personal injury cases.
obtained his B.A. from Harvard before going on to law school at New York University where he graduated in 1974.
After practicing in New York City the appeal of owning a small ski lodge brought Greg to Vermont where he has been ever since. He is involved in the firm's litigation practice and real estate law.
is a graduate of Vermont Law School and joined the Vermont Bar in 2016. Andrew works on a broad range of cases, including civil litigation, business law, real estate law, probate litigation, and estate planning.
Betsy Keirstead Johnson
has worked with Bill Meub since 1989 in various roles: Receptionist, Legal Secretary, Legal Assistant, Office Manager and Paralegal.
Betsy continues to act as Bill’s main paralegal assisting in corporate law, estate planning, general litigation, personal injury, and probate law.
Betsy enjoys the challenge of crafting documents and working closely with the attorneys and other members of the firm.
is a long-time legal assistant. She began her career in Rutland after graduating from Castleton University in 1988.
Linda Started working at MGL in the summer of 2006. She had previously worked for Bill Meub for 10 years after graduating from college.
Linda provides paralegal support in a number of different areas including real estate, homeowner association law, family law and estate planning.
is the office manager at Meub Gallivan and Larson.
She has worked in Rutland law offices for over 20 years, starting as a receptionist when she was just 19.
Tanya worked for Bill Meub and Erin Gallivan in 1998-1999 and then returned to work with them at MGL in 2011.
is a paralegal at the firm. She first started working at Meub Gallivan and Larson in 2016, as the firm’s receptionist.
Gen now assists Erin Gallivan and Nancy Livak on intellectual property cases and in the firm’s workers compensation center.
is new to the legal world and welcomes incoming clients to our law offices in Rutland.
She joins the MGL team with a background in the medical field, where she worked both in a private office and in a hospital.
As our receptionist, Maddie is the first face you see when you come to our office.
will likely be the second face you see at our Vermont lawyers' office.
Clyde loves to come to work with his mom, Maddie. He spends his days chewing a bone blissfully and greeting each visitor.
Since legal work is so exhausting, Clyde naps frequently to stay fresh and awake.