Born and raised in New Windsor, Meghan obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science as well as a Paralegal Certificate from Marist College. She was awarded her law degree from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, where she graduated cum laude and was a Senior Associate on the Pace Environmental Law Review. Upon her return to the area, Meghan began her legal career with Drake Loeb PLLC.
Her approach to practicing law was developed during her internships at both the Dutchess County and Suffolk County District Attorneys' Offices, as well as with the Honorable Edward T. McLoughlin in the Dutchess County Court.
As Meghan describes, "My exposure to the court system through my internship experiences really underscored to me how important it is for people to have access to attorneys who are not only qualified, but engaged, prepared, and committed to zealous representation. When they do not have this access, they are left vulnerable. I knew that when I became a practicing attorney, I would bring that for my clients -- and strongly advocate for solutions that are beneficial to them."
Meghan and her husband reside in New Windsor and volunteer their time at Maplebrook School in Amenia, which provides education for children and young adults with learning differences. Her law practice will focus primarily on the representation of clients in the areas of municipal law, real estate, and business transactions.
Member, New York State Bar Association
Volunteer, Maplebrook School (Amenia)
- Associate, Environmental Law Review, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University (2019-2021)
- Suffolk County District Attorney's Office (Summer 2020)
- Dutchess County District Attorney's Office (Summer 2019)
- 2022, New York
- Judicial Intern, The Honorable Edward T. McLoughlin, Dutchess County Court (May-August 2017)
Marist College, B.A., 2018
Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, J.D., cum laude, 2021