Meghan Lang is a mediator, collaborative attorney, coach, and mother. She practices mediation, consulting counsel, group facilitation, and individual conflict coaching. Meghan has devoted her career to helping people be heard and treated fairly. In 2011, Meghan began focusing her practice on alternative dispute resolution. In 2014, she launched a full time mediation practice, serving clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Before launching an alternative dispute resolution practice, Meghan worked as a public interest attorney. She graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University and was admitted to the California Bar in 2002 after receiving her J.D. from UCLA School of Law, Public Interest Law and Policy Program. Awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship, Meghan worked at the National Center for Youth Law in Oakland, where she designed and implemented the Juvenile Mental Health Court Project to secure services and benefits for adjudicated youth, working closely with judges, prosecutors, public defenders, and service providers in a collaborative court setting. At Rosen, Bien, Galvan & Grunfeld LLP, Meghan litigated civil rights class actions and individual cases designed to end unconstitutional and abusive conditions endured by California’s parolees and prisoners. Meghan worked to protect consumers and businesses from illegal price fixing and monopolistic schemes at Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP. Meghan also served as adjunct faculty at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
Meghan is a member of the State Bar of California, the Bar Association of San Francisco, Alameda County Bar Association, and the Berkeley-Albany Bar Association. Meghan serves on the Steering Committee of Collaborative Practice East Bay (CPEB), and is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and the Association for Dispute Resolution of Northern California. Meghan serves on the Board of Directors SEEDS Community Resolution Center, where she also volunteers as a mediator and coach. Meghan also volunteers for Community Boards, an alternative dispute resolution nonprofit in San Francisco.