Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law

Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
Lebanon, NH        603.448.2221
800.727.1941



MEGHAN S. GLYNN

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603.792.7410 Phone
603.433.5384 Fax

Email

670 N. Commercial Street, Suite 207
Manchester, NH 03101


Assistant: Patricia Frechette




PRACTICE AREAS

School & Education
School Employment

EDUCATION

Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2012

University of New Hampshire, B.A., summa cum laude, 2008


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire

MEMBERSHIPS

New Hampshire Bar Association

Boston Bar Association

American Bar Association



PRACTICE AREAS

School & Education
School Employment

EDUCATION

Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2012

University of New Hampshire, B.A., summa cum laude, 2008


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire

MEMBERSHIPS

New Hampshire Bar Association

Boston Bar Association

American Bar Association



Meghan Glynn is a member of the School and Education Group, where her practice focuses in the areas of general school law, school employment and labor law, and school board governance.

As part of Drummond Woodsum’s school group Meghan helps clients in all aspects of school law, including student discipline, student rights, policy development and implementation, investigations, and annual school district meetings. Specifically, Meghan advises school boards and superintendents on issues surrounding collective bargaining and employee discipline, Title IX and sex discrimination, student bullying and harassment, student discipline and due process, and district compliance with New Hampshire’s Right to Know law. Meghan provides trainings on bullying, Title IX, and effective employee investigations.

Meghan represents public employers at the collective bargaining table, in grievance and arbitration proceedings and before the State Board. Additionally, she is admitted to practice in state and federal court in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. 

Meghan is a presenter at Drummond Woodsum’s Annual New Hampshire Principals Academy, which is a two-day intensive seminar designed specifically for school district administrators. Meghan has presented at the Bradley F. Kidder Education Law Conference every year since 2016.

Meghan is the Secretary of the New Hampshire Minimum Continuing Legal Education Committee and serves as pro bono counsel to numerous organizations on the Seacoast that support students and education. Meghan is a 2012 graduate from Northeastern University School of Law. While in law school, Meghan was an Articles Editor for the Northeastern University Law Journal.


AWARDS

  • New England Super Lawyers, Business Litigation, Rising Stars 2015-2018
Meghan Glynn is a member of the School and Education Group, where her practice focuses in the areas of general school law, school employment and labor law, and school board governance.

As part of Drummond Woodsum’s school group Meghan helps clients in all aspects of school law, including student discipline, student rights, policy development and implementation, investigations, and annual school district meetings. Specifically, Meghan advises school boards and superintendents on issues surrounding collective bargaining and employee discipline, Title IX and sex discrimination, student bullying and harassment, student discipline and due process, and district compliance with New Hampshire’s Right to Know law. Meghan provides trainings on bullying, Title IX, and effective employee investigations.

Meghan represents public employers at the collective bargaining table, in grievance and arbitration proceedings and before the State Board. Additionally, she is admitted to practice in state and federal court in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. 

Meghan is a presenter at Drummond Woodsum’s Annual New Hampshire Principals Academy, which is a two-day intensive seminar designed specifically for school district administrators. Meghan has presented at the Bradley F. Kidder Education Law Conference every year since 2016.

Meghan is the Secretary of the New Hampshire Minimum Continuing Legal Education Committee and serves as pro bono counsel to numerous organizations on the Seacoast that support students and education. Meghan is a 2012 graduate from Northeastern University School of Law. While in law school, Meghan was an Articles Editor for the Northeastern University Law Journal.


AWARDS

  • New England Super Lawyers, Business Litigation, Rising Stars 2015-2018
NEWS

Introducing Drummond Woodsum’s Newest Shareholders and Senior Consultant
January 11, 2021

Twenty Seven Drummond Woodsum Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in the 2020 Super Lawyers List
November 9, 2020

Drummond Woodsum's Manchester Office Moves to the Millyard District
December 10, 2019

New England Super Lawyers Recognizes 29 Drummond Woodsum Attorneys
November 11, 2019


ARTICLES

New Hampshire Constitutional Amendment Grants Taxpayer Standing to Sue
Fall 2018

New Hampshire Supreme Court Issues Controversial Decision on Teacher Non-Renewal
Spring 2016

New Hampshire Supreme Court: All Employees Face Individual Liability for Workplace Harassment
Winter 2016

PRESENTATIONS

2020 Bradley F. Kidder Law Conference
October 7-8, 2020


The New Era of Title IX
September 23 | October 2 | October 9


Nuts and Bolts of Processing Employee Requests Related to School Reopening Amidst COVID-19
August 10, 2020


Webinar for NH Schools on U.S. DOE Final Title IX Regulations
June 10, 2020







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