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Megan Rothman


Megan is a solicitor in our Family and Matrimonial team. She specialises in children law and represents clients in a wide range of public and private family matters.

Megan has particular expertise in public law care proceedings, representing parents and other family members. She has experience working on complex matters, including those involving domestic abuse, drug and alcohol misuse, mental health, non-accidental injury, deprivation of liberty (DOLS), cases with an international element and immigration issues.  

Megan also works with parents who seek advice about child in need, child protection and PLO proceedings.

She also advises parents in private disputes about where a child lives and who they spend time with, including those that involve serious allegations of domestic abuse and fact-finding hearings. She also deals with private disputes where there is social services involvement with the family.

Megan also has an interest in adoption matters.

Education and career
  • Megan studied the LLB in Law at the University of Sheffield, and then completed the LPC at BPP Holborn
  • She then worked for three years as a paralegal at two London firms
  • Megan joined Bindmans LLP in 2018, and completed her training contract here
What clients say

Megan was the most attentive supportive and knowledgeable solicitor. She was always on hand with advice and guidance when required and kept me sane throughout the most traumatic experience.

Megan always got back to me at the earliest opportunity and if she was in court or tied up with other clients, Irene always responded so I was never waiting.

She always gave me peace of mind that even when the situation became very stressful I always felt supported and kept up to date.

Professional memberships
  • Young Legal Aid Lawyers 
  • Resolution
  • Association of Lawyers for Children
  • Women in Family Law
More about Megan

Megan is a domestic abuse advocate. Prior to commencing her legal career, she spent time in Zambia working with an NGO to provide education on sexual health and women’s rights. She also volunteered for a number of years with the Schools Consent Project, delivering interactive workshops in schools on the meaning of sexual consent and the statutory framework around sexual offences