Juvenile Justice Project and
Mediation Clinic for Families
John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 434
Administrative Assistant: Roz Williams
John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 412
J.D., University of Maryland School of Law
MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
B.A., Franklin & Marshall College
Areas of Expertise
Clinical Law Education
Meadows joined the Mediation Clinic for Families in July 2016. Prior to joining the faculty, Meadows worked as an attorney with Second Chance for Women, representing incarcerated clients serving life and long-term determinate sentences in the parole process. As a recipient of the Yale Public Interest Initiative Grant, Meadows worked to ensure her clients received fair and full consideration in the parole process, created resources to help unrepresented clients navigate parole issues, and advocated for changes to the parole and risk assessment process.
Meadows was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She attended the University of Maryland School of Law where she graduated with honors and was the recipient of the Hoffberger Clinical Law Prize for her work with the Gender Violence Clinic. Prior to law school, Meadows earned her Master of Health Science from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and worked as a health policy analyst focusing on access to and the organization of mental health services for survivors of trauma. She has worked internationally on issues surrounding trauma in South Africa, Malawi, and Egypt.