Meghan K. McGlynn
Throughout her legal career, Meghan has maintained a strong commitment to protecting those who are socially or economically disadvantaged. As a law student, Meghan worked to preserve individuals’ Constitutional rights through numerous internships with Federal and State Public Defenders. Meghan has represented victims of injuries, in particular, children suffering from permanent injuries caused by toxic emissions of metallurgical complexes.
Prior to law school, Meghan completed a Master’s Degree in English Literature at Washington University, after which she worked in higher education as the founding director of a tutoring center and a college-level writing instructor, while continuing doctoral coursework in English and Education.
Outside of the office, Meghan volunteers with various nonprofit organizations: she works with elementary school students in the St. Louis Public School system through Mentor St. Louis (honored as Outstanding Mentor of the Year in 2012), and she serves on the board of directors for Paul Artspace, an artist residency program endeavoring to bridge the gap between the local and international arts communities.
Meghan spends her free time playing the piano and trumpet and creating art through various media, including photography and ceramics.
Education: University of Missouri – St. Louis, B.A., summa cum laude, English Departmental Honors
Washington University, M.A., full fellowship
Saint Louis University School of Law, J.D., top 20th percentile
Admitted: Missouri (2011)
Associations: The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
American Bar Association
American Association of Justice
Public Justice Foundation