Megan Reeder, Esq.


Meet Megan

Meet Megan

Megan works with Randy Kaston, the Director of Business Law Group, in all aspects of commercial transactions, including representing lenders in closing complex commercial loans, asset-based loans, business lines of credit, and real estate, construction and SBA loans.

Originally from Orange County, New York (no, NOT California), Megan was happy to leave her small hometown to attend law school in Boston. She currently resides in East Boston with her partner, Steve.

Outside the Office

I love to travel, and I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends - so my favorite thing is to combine the two, either through family trips to the beach or exploring new cities with Steve.

I also love animals, and I am a constant contributor to my favorite furry causes, from international wildlife to local humane society organizations.

Recently, so as not to be left out on football Sunday, I’ve become addicted to fantasy football. Don’t let the blonde hair fool you - I’m a force to be reckoned with.


J.D., New England Law 2015

B.S., Criminology, University of Tampa 2008

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Megan joined the firm in 2011 as a residential real estate paralegal and, when she became an attorney, moved to the Business Law Group to concentrate on commercial transactions. Prior to joining the firm, Megan was a residential real estate paralegal for a law firm in New York for several years, where she was responsible for handling purchase and sale transactions from start to finish.

Why Megan?

Why Megan?

Megan is an essential part of the Business Law Group. She represents clients in all aspects of commercial transactions. Her success is due to her attention to detail and her dedication to the needs of all of her clients.

Biggest Challenge

“Convincing my boyfriend that we need a puppy in our lives – I’m still working on it!”

Energy Booster

“Laughing about everything with my sister (my favorite person on the planet).”

Favorite Vacation

“New Orleans – hands down.”


“I’m constantly reading -on the T, on the elliptical at the gym, everywhere; rooting against the Eagles (sorry, Steve!); getting sangria at the Liberty Hotel; and, of course, shopping since I work on Newbury Street.”