Meagan Nolan is a member of CMM’s Litigation Department, working closely with our litigation team to handle an array of business disputes as well as construction and personal injury matters. A skilled researcher, Meagan plays a critical role in matters from the start, researching and assessing claims and drafting pleadings and motions. She also plays a hands-on role in discovery and document production, as well as preparing cases for trial.
Meagan joined CMM as a Summer Associate in 2021. In law school, she was a member of Hofstra Law Review and her note, “Food for Thought: Increasing Access to and Coverage of Eating Disorder Treatment in New York State by Amending the Definition of ‘Substance Use Disorder,’” was published.
Meagan worked as a legal assistant at a landlord/tenant firm throughout law school, where she worked on tax credit recertification cases and developed a working knowledge of housing subsidies and summary proceedings. She also interned with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of New York, where she observed the intersection of business and financial issues.
Meagan enjoys skiing, kayaking, and sailing, and sailed on the club team in college.
Providence College, B.A., magna cum laude
Hofstra University, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, J.D., cum laude
New York (passed bar exam, pending admission)
Boards, Associations, and Leadership
Hofstra Peer Mentorship Program
Associate Editor, Hofstra Law Review, Volume 50
Hofstra Citation of Excellence in Bankruptcy Law