Margo A. Crawford

Associate Attorney

“The regulatory function of class actions empowers individuals to protect their rights where others cannot or will not. It is an honor to work to safeguard those rights.”

Margo A. Crawford graduated from McGill University, Faculty of Law in Montréal, Canada with a joint J.D. and B.C.L. in 2020. Margo served as Vice President of the McGill Business Law Association, and as Editor and Vice President of Contours, a feminist law journal. At McGill, Margo focused her study on privacy and intellectual property. During law school Margo worked as a Pro Bono student for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and a legal intern for the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. Margo undertook independent research projects in comparative US-Canada trademark law, and Indigenous intellectual property rights. 


In 2022, Margo received an LL.M. from UC Law SF (formerly UC Hastings), where her studies focused on US trademark law. 


As an Associate at CVN, Margo uses her unique experiences and educational background to bring new and analytical perspectives to consumer and data breach litigation. 


Admitted, California State Bar, May 2023; McGill University Faculty of Law, J.D. and B.C.L., 2020; The University of California College of the Law, San Francisco (formerly UC Hastings), LL.M., 2022; Brown University, A.B. (English Literature), 2016.