Partner, Young, Minney & Coor, LLP
Year Graduated: 2008
Megan Moore is a partner with the law firm of Young, Minney and Corr, LLP, where she started as an associate. She practices education law, supporting charter schools throughout California. Her primary focus is on student-related issues, including special education, Section 504, student rights, and constitutional considerations for students and educators. Prior to joining YM&C, Megan honed her litigation and education law skills with Best Best & Krieger, LLP.
Megan holds a B.A. in English and a minor in secondary education, with honors, from the University of Florida, and a J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, where she graduated with Great Distinction and received the ALI/ABA Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior.
Megan began her legal career at Best Best & Krieger, LLP, where she honed her skills in litigation, special education, and student discipline matters for public school districts and county offices of education.
In 2012, Megan joined Young, Minney and Corr, LLP, a law firm specializing in charter schools. At YM&C, she continues to practice education law, focusing on student-related issues, including special education, discipline, student civil rights, and other constitutional considerations for students, parents, and educators. Megan is regular presenter on these topics at conferences across the state. She is also a regular contributor to the LRP publication Charter School Special Education Compliance Advisor.
Megan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in secondary education, with honors, from the University of Florida. She received her Juris Doctor, with great distinction, from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. She credits her successful legal career in large part to her time at McGeorge, where she published two “Greensheets” articles, served as the Chief Symposium Editor for the McGeorge Law Review, was a member of the mock trial team, and received the ALI/ABA Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior.
Megan has served on the McGeorge School of Law Alumni Association Board since 2010 and is the acting President in 2016.