Meghan Freed has appeared on WNPR’s Colin McEnroe Show and Where We Live to comment on current legal issues, and speaks frequently on the matrimonial, custody, and estate planning legal issues faced by same sex couples, and has been featured in the Connecticut Law Tribune on LGBT legal issues, including regarding immigration for binational same sex couple clients post-Windsor.

In 2013, Meghan was named a Hartford Business Journal 40 Under Forty winner, a Connecticut Law Tribune New Leader in the Law, and to the New England Super Lawyers® Rising Star list for general litigation.

Meghan attended Mount Holyoke College, and was named Glamour Magazine’s Best Woman Commencement Speaker. She received her law degree cum laude from Western New England College School of Law, where she served as the Managing Editor of the Western New England Law Review, and received the school’s highest distinction, the Norman Prance Award.

Meghan’s name appears in the Connecticut Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision on marriage equality, Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public Health, for which she co-authored an amicus curiae brief. She is a founding member and the Vice Chair of the LGBT Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.

Prior to founding Freed Marcroft, Meghan was Counsel to the Hartford Steam Boiler, where she managed the Company’s litigation. She was formerly associated with Shipman & Goodwin and Bingham McCutchen. She founded Freed Marcroft to bring the best of her big firm and big corporate legal background to individual and small business clients. She is particularly experienced with alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation, and is a graduate of Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation.