Meghan Boone
Assistant Professor of Law

Areas of Expertise:
Employment Discrimination
Family Law
Feminist Legal Theory

Meghan Boone

Professor Boone joined the University of Alabama School of Law faculty in 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Law. Prior to joining the UA faculty, Professor Boone was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Wake Forest University School of Law, where she taught Civil Procedure, Family Law, and Reproduction and the Law. She also served as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown Law, where she represented clients in a wide variety of public interest litigation. Before teaching, Professor Boone was in private practice, focusing on antitrust and civil rights class action litigation. She also clerked for the Honorable Martha C. Daughtrey on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Nashville, Tennessee.

Professor Boone earned her Master of Laws (LLM) in Advocacy with Honors from Georgetown University, and her juris doctor (JD), summa cum laude, from American University, where she served as the Associate Symposium Editor for the American University Law Review and was a Myers Law Society Scholar. She earned her undergraduate degree from Trinity College, where she was the Presidential Fellow for the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program.

Professor Boone has been published in the California Law Review, the Texas Journal of Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, and the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, among others. Her research interests include the limits of state regulation of the physical body, emerging trends in civil rights litigation, and issues of diversity and inclusion in law school and the legal profession. Professor Boone teaches Family Law and a seminar on Reproductive Rights.