Meghan Glynn advises K-12 public schools, municipalities, and higher education institutions across a wide variety of school law matters, encompassing practically every issue involving policy development and implementation, student rights, student discipline and due process, student bullying and harassment, Title IX and sex-based discrimination, personnel matters, employee discipline, employment and labor law, collective bargaining, New Hampshire’s Right to Know Law, school board governance, annual school district meetings, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). She strives to provide timely, accurate and consistent advice, knowing that schools have to navigate complicated issues promptly and effectively.
Meghan was named as a “Rising Star” by New England Super Lawyers each year between 2015 and 2020. She presents annually at Principals Academy and the Bradley F. Kidder Education Law Conference. Additionally, Meghan provides customized trainings for schools on bullying, student discipline, Title IX, and effective employee investigations, and she’s a contributing author in New Hampshire School Law (2019).
In her free time, Meghan enjoys cooking, baking, playing tennis, and reading. Committed to serving the community, Meghan is the Secretary of the New Hampshire Minimum Continuing Legal Education Committee and serves as pro bono counsel to numerous education and wellness-related nonprofit organizations in seacoast New Hampshire.
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2012
University of New Hampshire, B.A., summa cum laude, 2008
New England Super Lawyers, Business Litigation, Rising Star 2015-2018
New England Super Lawyers, Education Law, Rising Star 2019-2020
Contributing Author, New Hampshire School Law, 1st Edition (2019)
New Hampshire Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
American Bar Association
New Hampshire Minimum Continuing Legal Education Committee
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2020 Bradley F. Kidder Law Conference
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Webinar for NH Schools on U.S. DOE Final Title IX Regulations
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N.H. Council of School Attorneys Annual Bradley F. Kidder Education Law Conference
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2019 New Hampshire Principals Academy
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