Meghan uses her experience in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office to defend clients in environmental litigation and counsel on regulatory and land use planning matters.
She focuses her practice on environmental and toxic tort litigation and also counsels clients on a range of environmental regulatory issues, including product-related compliance under the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s purview as well as California’s Proposition 65. Meghan additionally advises clients on federal environmental and occupational health and safety standards, as well as on Massachusetts land use planning matters.
Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Meghan was a litigation associate at a leading civil trial firm in Boston. She previously served as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where she represented state agencies and officials in civil litigation, including defending legal challenges to state regulations and decisions of state administrative agencies. Meghan has prepared and argued cases in front of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and Superior Courts throughout the Commonwealth.
Meghan has lectured at Boston College’s Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, including teaching a semester-long Environmental Law & Policy course to undergraduate students. While in law school, she was designated a Mary Daly Curtin and John J. Curtin, Jr. Public Interest Fellow and Public Interest Designation Fellow in recognition of her commitment to public service and pro bono work.
- University of Florida (B.A., cum laude, 2012)
- Boston College (J.D., 2016)
- 2016 Boston College Law School Public Service Legal Fellow
- Certificate in Environmental Law
- U.S. District Court - Massachusetts
- Boston Bar Association
- Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association