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. Last year, I was elected to be the Student Bar Association Vice President and the Federal Bar Association President at my law school. This past spring, I was selected as one of two 2022 Robert A. McNew Federal Bar Association $5,000 Scholarship recipients. And this past summer, I ran two half marathons and one full marathon in honor of my late cousin, Keegan Beattie.
This year, I serve as a student liaison to the Women Lawyers of Utah Board. I am also working as a Utah Center for Excellence in Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (UCEER) Research Fellow this year. Right now, I am 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. 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.