Megan M. Pfeifle, PHR, SHRM-CP

Firm Administrator

Megan M. Pfeifle is the firm administrator of Cook, Craig & Francuzenko PLLC. Ms. Pfeifle's responsibilities include human resources, marketing, strategic planning, and facilities and IT management on behalf of the firm. She additionally handles all aspects of the firm's financial administration, to include client accounts and billing.

Ms. Pfeifle began her legal career 11 years ago, starting as support staff before transitioning into office management. She is active in the legal community and is on the board of directors for the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). She additionally sits on the committee for the annual Virginia ALA Statewide Conference.


B.S., Magna Cum Laude, George Mason University
A.A.S., Magna Cum Laude, Northern Virginia Community College


Professional in Human Resources (PHR)
Human Resources Certification Institute

SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP)
Society for Human Resources Management


2018 Quest Award, Association of Legal Administrators

Accepted as Northern Virginia Chapter President:
2018 ELEVATE Award, Association of Legal Administrators
2018 President's Award, Association of Legal Administrators
2019 President's Award, Association of Legal Administrators

Professional Activities

Member, Northern Virginia Chapter, Association of Legal Administrators (2015-Present)
Chapter President (2017-2019)
Business Partner and Education Committee Co-Chair (2018-present)
Committee Member, Association of Legal Administrators Virginia Statewide Retreat (2017-Present)
Member, Northern Virginia Chapter, Society for Human Resources Management (2019-Present)


Parents as Team Players: The Evolving Role of Parents in Drug Courts
George Mason Review, 2011-2012

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