• Providence College, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English with a minor in writing
  • Boston College Law School, Juris Doctor (J.D.)

Admitted to Practice

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • State of Rhode Island

Professional and Community Associations

  • Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association
  • National LGBT Bar Association

Prior to joining DangerLaw

  • During law school, Meagan focused her course load on Estate Planning, Family Law, Child Welfare, and Juvenile Justice.
  • After law school, Meagan worked as a postgraduate fellow at Boston College Law School’s Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project. As part of her work there, she served as Guardian ad litem for education for adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system.
  • Following her fellowship, Meagan served two terms as a law clerk for the Massachusetts Juvenile Court. Her duties there included working closely with judges to draft decisions and findings in child welfare cases, as well as delinquency and youthful offender cases. She was also responsible for researching complex issues involving child custody, criminal law, and family law.
  • Before joining DangerLaw, Meagan established her own solo practice devoted exclusively to court-appointed child welfare and Child Requiring Assistance (CRA) cases.

 Outside of DangerLaw:

  • Meagan serves on the Board of Ambassadors for Silver Linings Mentoring, an organization that provides mentors to youth involved in the foster care system.
  • In her spare time, Meagan likes to spend time with friends (especially at trivia nights), visit with her family in Rhode Island (especially her baby nephew), and binge Netflix shows.


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