445 Fort Pitt Boulevard, Suite 503
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-391-9890 – Phone
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Megan M. Turnbull is a Partner at Weiss Burkardt Kramer LLC, where she works with municipalities and school districts in the role of Solicitor, Labor Counsel and Special Counsel.
Megan represents public schools in all aspects of governance, operation and finance. She specializes in managing the labor and employment matters of these clients, and she serves as special counsel for investigative and reporting purposes. Megan assists clients to improve organizational communication competencies, conflict resolution and goal setting.
Megan is an experienced municipal solicitor, who presently serves as legal counsel to the Boroughs of Leetsdale, Seven Fields and McKees Rocks, as well as several Civil Service and Planning Commissions. She has a particular focus on blight and redevelopment where she seeks creative, sustainable solutions to improve communities. She has served as Special Blight Counsel to Allegheny County communities and has offered trainings through the Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT).
Megan has been named on the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star List consistently since 2010 in the areas of municipal and school law. For 2020-201, Megan is the Vice-Chair to the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Municipal Section. She is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, where she has served as the Chair of the School and Municipal Section and the Political Action Committee. She is a named Fellow to the Allegheny Bar Foundation, which provides legal support to indigent and underrepresented persons in our community.
She presented recently on solicitor ethics for the Pennsylvania State Association of Townships and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. She is scheduled to deliver upcoming trainings on pandemic personnel matters and real estate tax exemptions.
Megan is admitted to practice in the Courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Supreme Court. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Penn State University, and her Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2004.
In addition to her legal practice, she is a member of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Board of Directors and loves to sing in community choirs. She resides in Franklin Park with her husband, Amitava, and their three children.