Paul C. Minney
James E. Young
Lisa A. Corr
Jerry W. Simmons
Chastin H. Pierman
Janelle A. Ruley
Sarah J. Kollman

Kimberly Rodriguez
Michelle A. Lopez
Sarah K. Bancroft
Megan M. Moore
Rachael B. Tillman
Kathleen M. Ebert
Drew K. Rymer
Barbara E. Hagberg
Marvin H. Stroud
Daniel W. Robertson*
Matejka M. Handley
S. Edward Slabach
Kristopher L. Carpenter
Roger L. Scott
Kevin M. Troy*
Brinkley E. Wilson
Casey L. Hazelhofer
Patricia Cano
Marysia S. Okreglak
Brian T. Geremia

Of Counsel
William J. Trinkle

Lisa Yount
Melanie McAlpine
Sarah Valdez
Lindsey Rogalla
Janelle Jennings
Claudia Gomez
Josie Onishi
Victoria Belasco
Isabel Garcia
Vanessa Gomez
Katy Byrne
Gabrielle Perez

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Megan M. Moore

Megan Moore graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in secondary education, with honors, from the University of Florida. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where she graduated with Great Distinction and received the ALI/ABA Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior. She also served as the Chief Symposium Editor for the McGeorge Law Review and was a member of the Mock Trial team. She spent over three years honing her litigation and education law skills with Best Best & Krieger prior to joining Young, Minney & Corr, LLP. Her primary focus is on student-related issues, including special education, Section 504, student discipline, and constitutional considerations for students and educators.

Prior to obtaining her law degree, Ms. Moore spent two years in Puerto Rico, where she taught high school students drama, public speaking, and English literature. She then went on to work in the field of educational assessment for over five years. During this time, she focused on tying statewide standards to classroom curriculum, including developing English/language arts content for a variety of assessment tools. Ms. Moore is a regular speaker on special education and hot topics in education law. She is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association and the Lawyer's Club of San Diego.

Chapter 43: Preventing Students from Paying for the Government’s Error, 38 McGeorge L. Rev. 115 (2007).
Chapter 794: A Qualified “No” to the Practice of Homeless Dumping, 38 McGeorge L. Rev. 195 (2007).

Janelle Ruley
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