Overview

Meghan Hall is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department.  Meghan represents individuals and businesses in a wide variety of matters, including land use, real estate complex commercial, and employment disputes. Meghan has represented clients through all stages of litigation from pre-litigation advisory services to jury and bench trials, as well as arbitrations and mediations, through appeal.

From the outset of any case, Meghan works to ensure that her clients are informed and supported so they can make educated and timely decisions throughout the process. She is a strong advocate for her clients, but is also practical and cost-conscious so as to always keep her clients’ goals and best interests in mind.

Meghan is a graduate of Assumption College (now Assumption University) and a graduate, cum laude, of Suffolk University Law School.  While attending Suffolk University Law School, Meghan was a member of the Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy, Moot Court Honor Board and served as the Chief Competition Director. 

Honors & Awards

  • Recognized as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers in the “Real Estate” Category in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

Associations & Organizations

  • Real Estate Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Women’s Bar Association

Education

B.A., Assumption College, Honors Program, 2014

J.D., Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, 2017

Bar & Court Admission

  • Massachusetts
  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Publications

  • Seller Beware: Executed Offer to Purchase Might Be Enforceable, REBA News, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (November 2022)
  • SJC’s ‘Dunn v. Howard’: ‘Til Death Do Us Part?, REBA News, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (June 2022)
  • Will the Parking Wars Continue?, REBA News, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 2022)
  • Unilateral Attempt to Extend Phasing Rights Rejected, REBA News, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (January 2022)
  • Botched: The ‘Lethally Injected’ Effect of Glossip on the Future of Capital Punishment, Suffolk Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy