My name is Megan “Meg” Glasmann. I am a third year law student studying at S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. In my second year of law school, I served as Student Bar Association Vice President and Federal Bar Association President at my law school. In 2022 was selected as one of two 2022 Robert A. McNew Federal Bar Association $5,000 Scholarship recipients for my commitment to service and I ran two half marathons and one full marathon in honor of my late cousin, Keegan Beattie.
In my final year of law school, I am serving as a student liaison to the Women Lawyers of Utah Board and as 10th Circuit Representative on the Federal Bar Association national Law Student Board. I am also working as a Utah Center for Excellence in Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (UCEER) Research Fellow this year and training to qualify for the 2023 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships.
Prior to law school, I completed an M.Ed. and M.Phil in Educational Psychology (emphasis in School Psychology). During my undergraduate career, I attended Stanford University for one academic year before transferring due to athletic reasons to the University of Utah to complete my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology.
Previously, I taught undergraduate/graduate level courses and tutored students in various subjects, including ACT/SAT/GRE prep. Presently, I work as a law clerk for the Utah Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel and Woodbury & Ybarra. Outside of law school, I coach a local track & field sports club I founded several years ago for University of Utah students, the Utah Track & Field Sports Club.