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Our Team Megan D. Halter

Megan is an associate in the firm’s Wilmington, Delaware and West Chester, Pennsylvania offices. She is a member of the Litigation and Insurance Practice Groups. She practices in state and federal courts, including bankruptcy court, handling a range of civil litigation matters, including commercial disputes, insurance coverage, and casualty defense.

Megan’s passionate about representing children and their families with regard to education and special education law issues, including educational planning, student rights and discipline, and school policies and procedures within private and public school systems.

As the mother of an autistic child, Megan has a particular interest in representing children with autism and autism spectrum disorders and their families and helping them navigate the school system and special education process. including seeking the successful integration and independence of children with special needs. 

While Megan is licensed to practice law within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, she also spends time working for families of children with special needs in her home state of Maryland and Delaware, acting as an advocate during the individualized education plan (IEP) process and in legislative matters concerning autism.

Megan’s pro bono work includes working as a volunteer attorney for the Support Center for Child Advocates in Philadelphia and as a court appointed special advocate (CASA) in Cecil County, Maryland, for children with special needs in the foster care system.

The Importance of World Autism Awareness Day

Today is the 8th Annual World Autism Awareness Day. Each year, Autism organizations around the world celebrate this day to spread awareness and acceptance of individuals with Autism. According to a recent…
  • The Support Center for Child Advocates
  • The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)
  • Chester County Bar Association
  • Education Law Association
  • Chairperson, Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (Cecil County)