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Megan M. Moore

Megan Moore specializes in representing public school entities, including charter schools and SELPAs, on issues related to special education, Section 504, the parent-school relationship, and student discipline.  She is an attorney dedicated to counseling clients on their day-to-day student services needs, as well assisting them in developing programs to support their students.

Megan brings over 10 years of experience to assist clients with due process complaints before the Office of Administrative Hearings, compliance complaints with the California Department of Education, and civil right complaints with the Office for Civil Rights. She regularly helps clients navigate difficult parent-charter school relationships, as well as campus disruptions. Megan also guides clients through the legal parameters of student discipline, including attendance at expulsion and expulsion appeal hearings.

Megan is a former high school teacher who went on to work in the field of educational assessment for a number of years prior to obtaining her law degree. She has been dedicated to public service throughout her life and welcomes the opportunity to serve public school clients.

Megan regularly presents on special education and student discipline for the California Charter Schools Association, along with a variety of SELPAs, and the Charter Schools Development Center.  She also contributed to the LRP publication, Charter School Special Education Compliance Advisor.

Megan is the former President of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law Alumni Association and routinely provides trainings for continuing legal education. She is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association.