Director, Kresge Law Library and Associate Professor of Law
- Room: Law Library
- Telephone: 313-596-0240
- J.D. Washburn University School of Law '96
- M.L.S. Syracuse University '97
- M.S. Kansas State University '97
- Curriculum Vitae
- SSRN Author Page
Professor Meyer is the Director of the Kresge Law Library where he manages the library budget, has primary responsibility for the development of the collection, and fosters the creation of services to faculty and students. He has taught extensively for nearly 20 years and teaches several sections of Advanced Legal Research each year in the online and traditional formats. Professor Meyer created the research module program for first year legal writing students in 2012, was its administrator until 2015, and continues to participate in its teaching. He serves as Chair of the Curriculum Committee after serving as Vice Chair for two years. He is also a member of the Budget Committee and chairs the Library Committee. His scholarship focus is on legal research requirements of new attorneys, as well as on curricular issues.
Professor Meyer is President of the Michigan Association of Law Libraries (MichALL) and serves on the Executive Board of the Society of Academic Law Library Directors (SALLD). He was previously President of the Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL) and served on the SCALL board for five years. Professor Meyer was a member of the ThomsonReuters Legal Research and Writing Advisory Board. He has made numerous presentations on law firm legal research requirements, teaching an integrated research course, and new library space planning.
The Status of Curricular Change During the Industry's Great Recession: Radical, or the New Norm?, 42 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 155 (2015).
Law Firm Legal Research Requirements and the Legal Academy Beyond Carnegie, 35 Whittier L. Rev. 419 (2014)
Law Firm Legal Research Requirements for New Attorneys, 101 LAW LIBR. J. 297 (2009), available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1376086.
Bibliography of California Resources, in Locating the Law 69-96 (5th ed. 2009) (SCALL).