Meghan Glynn is a member of the School and Education Group, where her practice focuses in the areas of general school law, special education, and school employment and labor law.
As part of Drummond Woodsum’s school group Meghan helps clients in all aspects of school law, including special education, Section 504, and student discipline, student rights, policy development and implementation, investigations, and annual school district meetings.
Prior to joining Drummond Woodsum in 2016, Meghan spent four years practicing law in Boston and clerked for the Massachusetts Teachers Association. Before entering private practice, Meghan clerked for Honorable Paul Barbadoro at the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire.
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.
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