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Attorney Natalie Megaloudis of AMPS Law

Natalie Megaloudis


Commonwealth of Massachusetts
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

McGill University, 1997

Suffolk Law School, 2000


National Apartment Association (NAA), Member

Massachusetts Apartment Association (MAA), Member

Real Estate Bar Association (REBA), Member

Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Member

Massachusetts Bar Association

Women’s Bar Association, Member

Hellenic Bar, Member

Natalie R. Megaloudis is a founding member of AMPS Law. She concentrates her practice in the area of general civil litigation, with a focus on residential and commercial real estate litigation. Ms. Megaloudis has extensive experience in representing management companies, conventional and affordable housing properties, large and small real estate investors, and housing shelter programs on landlord-tenant matters, and has extensive experience in advising clients on issues related to evictions, property management, discrimination, reasonable accommodations, tort liability, HUD regulatory, and fair housing laws.


Ms. Megaloudis has represented clients in all levels of Massachusetts Trial Courts, administrative tribunals, and Appeals Court and she is licensed to practice in the United States District Court of Massachusetts.


Ms. Megaloudis was born in Montreal, Canada where she earned her B.A in Psychology from McGill University in 1997.  After graduating from Suffolk University Law School in 2000 she began criminal defense representation and subsequently joined the law firm of Greenbaum, Nagel, Fisher & Paliotti LLP and focused on civil rights and real estate litigation, and then formed her own practice with the law firm of Roach, Ioannidis & Megaloudis LLC. 

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