Meredith Harbison is originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky. She attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and graduated in 2017 with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
While in college, she studied abroad twice in London, England and in New Zealand. Meredith graduated summa cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in May 2022 and was admitted to practice in Kentucky in October 2022.
Before graduating, Meredith was involved in several clubs, including the University of Louisville Law Review, serving as a member for two years, as well as Executive Editor and Senior Symposium Editor in her last year of law school. As Senior Symposium Editor, Meredith facilitated a partnership with the Louisville Bar Association’s Health and Wellness Committee to offer possible solutions the legal profession can embrace to address mental health concerns and spark positive change in the legal community and culture.
Similarly, Meredith’s Law Review Note focusing on the current and possible benefits of mental health courts to better help those facing the intersectionality of mental illness, poverty, and incarceration was published in January 2022.
In practice, Meredith primarily focuses on family law and probate law. She is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and the Young Lawyer’s Division. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, swimming, reading, and trying new restaurants.
Areas of Practice:
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Kentucky Bar Association, Member
Bachelors of Science Degree, Major: Psychology
University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law
Summa Cum Laude
- Kentucky, 2022
Meredith Harbison, Emerging Mental Health Courts: The Intersection of Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Poverty, and Incarceration, 60 U. Louisville L. Rev 615 (2022)