Megan Tweedy Armstrong
Megan Tweedy Armstrong grew up riding horses, swimming in the 11 Point River, and working at her family’s business in Pocahontas, Arkansas. Like many Arkansans, Megan is no stranger to hard work—in fact, her first job was driving a forklift at her father’s sawmill. Megan eventually left the forklift behind to attend Arkansas State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism. After graduating from Arkansas State University in December 2015, Megan moved to Fayetteville and began law school at the University of Arkansas.
Megan first joined Thurman and Flanagin as a law clerk in the summer of 2017. Megan found Thurman and Flanagin was a perfect fit for her and continued working at the firm throughout her time in law school. After graduating cum laude from University of Arkansas School of Law in May 2019, Megan passed the Arkansas bar examination and happily returned to Thurman and Flanagin as an associate attorney. Megan’s practice areas include personal injury, estate planning, family law, and criminal defense. Megan is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association and the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. Megan is also a certified wedding officiant.
Although Megan is not a Northwest Arkansas native, she quickly fell in love with the area and made it her home. When Megan is not in the office or the courtroom, she enjoys hiking, floating the Buffalo River, swimming in Beaver Lake, and exploring local thrift stores. Megan also proudly serves as a board member of the Eureka Springs Historical Museum.