Anthony Meyer (Tony) joined Lear Werts after serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Paul C. Wilson of the Missouri Supreme Court. He uses his skills as a researcher and writer to advocate for his clients throughout the course of litigation. He especially enjoys working through complex procedural or constitutional problems. His practice areas include consumer protection, mass torts, complex litigation, and employment law. He is a co-author of the chapter “Labor Law in the Public Sector” in the forthcoming legal treatise Labor Law Landscape.
Prior to entering law school, Tony completed a Master’s degree in English literature and worked as an English and writing instructor. As a law student at the University of Missouri, he was selected as the Managing Editor of the Missouri Law Review and was a member of the Veterans Law Clinic. He graduated with honors and was elected by the faculty into the Order of the Coif.
Tony enjoys all the things about the great outdoors — gardening, camping, canoeing, bike riding, and — most of all — hiking with his wife and young daughter.
Rafael Gely & Anthony Meyer, Labor Law in the Public Sector, Labor Law Landscape (Forthcoming, Wolters Kluwer).
Anthony J. Meyer, Note, Not Objecting to Prosecutor’s Offering of Fifth Amendment Protections from a Civil Deposition Is Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 83 MO. L. REV. 239 (2018).
Anthony J. Meyer, Note, Sound and Fury: Substantial Evidence in State v. Bruner, 82 MO. L. REV. 531 (2017).
State of Missouri
University of Missouri, J.D.
Order of the Coif
Missouri Law Review
Veterans Law Clinic
Truman State University, M.A., English
Knox College, B.A., English
Missouri Bar Association
Boone County Bar Association, Member
Elwood L. Thomas Inn of Court, Associate
Mid-Missouri Young Lawyer’s Association, 2019 Board Member