Megan brings her experience as a veteran classroom teacher to assist school districts in addressing legal issues. Megan advocates on behalf of school districts, conducts legal education research, and provides counseling to Bond’s school district clients. Her goal is to best serve schools so they can best serve their student populations.
Megan was a classroom teacher for six years prior to attending law school, as well as a 2008 Teach for America Corps member. She taught at both traditional public and charter schools. Megan taught special education in a 12:1:1 setting and general education. Through all of this experience, Megan understands the particular needs and circumstances of her school district clients.
During law school, Megan focused on education law and simultaneously obtained her MPA, where she focused on education policy. She also served in an education law internship where she assisted parents in relation to special education matters, including IEPs and impartial hearings, further expanding her unique perspective to better serve school district clients.
After law school, Megan focused on litigation, arguing before the First Department, Fourth Department and Second Circuit.