Areas of Expertise
- Employment Law
- Legal Research and Writing
- Missouri Law
- Pretrial Litigation
About Anthony Meyer
Anthony Meyer is a visiting associate professor and teaches legal research and writing. He has published legal scholarship in a variety of areas, including constitutional law, arbitration, and labor law. His article “Standing in Missouri’s Federal and State Courts” received the W. Oliver Rasch Award for outstanding substantive article in the Journal of the Missouri Bar and was cited approvingly by the Supreme Court of Missouri. Professor Meyer founded his own law practice in Columbia, Missouri. Prior to that, he was an attorney with Lear Werts LLP where he represented clients in employment, consumer protection, and wage and hour cases. He has experience in class action, mass tort, and multidistrict litigation practice.
Professor Meyer graduated magna cum laude from Mizzou Law in 2018. He was the Managing Editor of the Missouri Law Review and a member of the Veterans Clinic and was elected into the Order of the Coif. He then served as a law clerk to the Honorable Paul C. Wilson of the Supreme Court of Missouri. Professor Meyer is an active member of several bar organizations. He is licensed to practice in Missouri and California (inactive status). He was appointed to the Missouri Association of Trial Attorney’s Amicus Committee and authored amicus briefs filed in Missouri appellate courts. He was a member of the Missouri Bar’s Leadership Academy for newly admitted attorneys who are leaders in their communities. Before entering law school, Professor Meyer worked as an English and writing teacher.
Latest Publications from Anthony Meyer
- Natural Law in Missouri
- Standing in Missouri’s Federal and State Courts
- The Federal Arbitration Act, Rules of Decision, and Congress’ Exercise of Judicial Power