Attorneys Representing Clients In

New Hampshire And Massachusetts

Megan E. Douglass



Manchester, NH





Megan prides herself on being a compassionate, creative, and persistent lawyer. A former teacher from the Philadelphia area, Megan moved to New Hampshire in 2006, to attend U.N.H. Law School and begin a new career representing people with loss due to negligence, discrimination, and retaliation. Megan has been awarded the Granite State Advocate Award for her work ensuring that NH drivers may make full use of their car insurance benefits. Megan recently appealed an adverse NH Commission for Human Rights decision, which is rarely done for its complexity, but she prevailed in her appeal. Megan has also recently obtained two unique and high-value settlements, one which uniquely resulted in substantial monetary compensation and reinstatement to work for an aggrieved employee. In the other matter, Megan overcame a short and expired filing deadline for an abused employee by making use of New Hampshire’s rarely applied civil, anti-sex trafficking statute. Megan has, herself, advocated for new laws, to prevent discrimination and abuse of children in school. Her advocacy led to the expansion of protections for children under both New Hampshire’s bullying and anti-discrimination statutes. Megan believes in listening to clients, and educating them, and she has a no-stone-unturned approach to reaching just results for her clients.

Bar Admissions

  • New Hampshire, 2009
  • U.S. District Court District of New Hampshire, 2009


  • University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, New Hampshire
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • B.A.
    • Honors: magna cum laude
    • Major: English Education

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • New Hampshire NELA, Member, 2012

Past Employment Positions

  • Charlotte Merklinburg Schools, English Teacher, 2002 to 2005
  • Boston Community Center, Adult Education Teacher, 1999 to 2001