|Attorney Profile Firm Overview Office Location Disclaimer Inquiry Form • What is Bankruptcy?
Necessary Forms/Checklist FAQ Awards Published Articles Helpful Links • Home Page
2008 Alumni Award Winner
Lawyers have learned to live with the fact that their profession serves as punch line to more than a few unkind jokes. But Robert C. Meyer '79 defies the stereotype. He has consistently and generously served those most in need through his exceptional commitment to pro bono work.
At Grinnell, Meyer was a history major. His full slate of activities included varsity baseball, KDIC, student government, and the newspaper. After graduation, he earned a J.D. and LL.M. in taxation from the University of Miami.
After working as an attorney in other firms for several years, he started his own private practice focusing on bankruptcy in 1991. He has been recognized as a top lawyer in his field by Super Lawyer magazine. Despite his busy schedule, he has always made time to help those in need. He has provided hundreds of hours of pro bono legal assistance to individuals facing bankruptcy. His efforts have not gone unnoticed. He received the Put Something Back Pro Bono Award from Miami-Dade County Bar Association and the Pro Bono Service Award from the Florida Bar, among many honors.
In addition to the volunteer activities for his profession, he has been a dedicated class fund director for Grinnell for nearly 20 years. He has become an award-winning horticulturist and is director of the Bromeliad Society of South Florida.
For his commitment to helping those in need while continuing to build a successful legal practice, Grinnell is pleased to honor Robert C. Meyer '79.
|Super Lawyers||Super Lawyers
is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Super Lawyers is published as a special supplement in leading newspapers and city and regional magazines across the country. Super Lawyers magazine, featuring articles about attorneys named to the Super Lawyers list, is distributed to all attorneys in the state or region, the lead corporate counsel of Russell 3000 companies and the ABA-approved law school libraries.
Polling, research and selection are performed by Law & Politics, a publication of Key Professional Media, Inc. Law & Politics has been publishing legal magazines since 1990 and Super Lawyers since 1991.
|Put Something Back||
Robert C. Meyer Miami Mr. Meyer has been involved with the Put Something Back program of the Dade County Bar Association and has provided more than 500 hours of Pro Bono assistance in numerous cases over the past several years.
In 2001, he received the Put Something Back Pro Bono Award for Bankruptcy. Put Something Back is a free legal society created for representation of indigent clients in Miami-Dade County.
On May 29, 2004, ROBERT C. MEYER received The Dade County Bar "Special Recognition" Award for individual service for the 11th Judicial Circuit. Meyer, a solo practitioner in Miami, has been involved with the Put Something Back program of the Dade County Bar Association. He has provided more than 500 hours of pro bono assistance in numerous cases over the past several years.
|Pro Bono Service Award||
received The Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award for individual service for the 11th Judicial Circuit. Meyer, a solo practitioner in Miami, has been involved with the Put Something Back program of the Dade County Bar Association. He has provided more than 500 hours of pro bono assistance in numerous cases over the past several years.
|Robert C. Meyer, P.A.
2223 Coral Way
Specializing in Bankruptcy Law
|Robert C. Meyer|