Justin A. Meyer, Esq.
New Jersey State Bar Association
B.A. University of Maryland
Center for Legal and Court Technology Litigation Fellow
|Justin A. Meyer has worked for Finra, a financial regulator; LeClairRyan; and the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia. He has been recognized as a Technology Litigation Fellow by the Center for Legal and Court Technology, in Williamsburg, Virginia and was selected to participate in the Center’s annual lab trial. He focuses on corporate law and estate planning for the small business owner.During his time at Finra, Mr. Meyer worked in Registration and Disclosure, developing policies relating to past criminal sanctions, as well as assisting in decisions regarding expungment of customer complaints against registered brokers. While at LeClairRyan, he assisted in the representation of a Community Association against a developer and worked to develop litigation strategies. He also examined tax and school law issues. At the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, Mr. Meyer worked with an underserved population and assisted clients in estate planning, and protection from debt collectors. He also advised clients on property matters and uncontested divorces. He worked for the National Center for State Courts, a non-governmental policy organization, helping to establish a guidebook for judicial election and campaign oversight.Mr. Meyer is currently a regular contributor to the Legal Connection, a monthly newsletter for attorneys and legal staff. He was also recently published in The Suffolk Lawyer, a newspaper that is distributed to all members of the Suffolk County Bar Association.
Prior to entering law school, Mr. Meyer worked as a financial and legal writer, with articles appearing in national and regional publications as well as Yahoo! Finance. He also worked as a senior research analyst for a think tank in Princeton, NJ, focusing on real estate and hedge fund due diligence best practices.
Mr. Meyer earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland, College Park, an M.A. from Stony Brook University, both in history, and a J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, where he was a member of the William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law. He was Education Chair of the College’s chapter of the Virginia Bar Association, and is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association, New York Bar Association and Suffolk County Bar Association.