Meghan Boone

Meghan Boone

Assistant Professor of Law

Meghan Boone teaches and researches on topics related to the state regulation of the physical body, often focusing on the rights of pregnant, birthing, and parenting individuals. Because of her deep and expansive research focus, Professor Boone is considered an expert on matters related to lactation law, reproductive rights, family law, and gender equality in the workplace, among other timely topics. In 2020, she was named the winner of the American Association of Law School (AALS) Scholarly Papers Competition for her George Washington University Law Review article, "Reproductive Due Process."

Professor Boone comes to Wake Forest School of Law after serving as an assistant professor at the University of Alabama School of Law. From 2016-2018, she was a visiting professor of law at Wake Forest Law, where she taught civil procedure and other subjects. Professor Boone is also a former Clinical Teaching Fellow for the Institute for Representation at Georgetown University Law Center.
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Education

  • LLM, Georgetown University Law Center, 2016
  • JD, American University Washington College of Law, 2010
  • BA, Trinity College - Hartford, 2006
Meghan Boone
Contact Information
 336.758.5433

Worrell 3330
Expertise
  • Civil Rights/Anti-Discrimination Laws
  • Constitutional Law
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Family Law
  • Reproductive Rights
  • Sex Discrimination