Professor Bev Meyers
Professor Bev Meyers (Bev or Professor Meyers) has had over 30 years of experience in both editing law students’ legal drafts and mentoring them, as well as teaching legal writing to undergraduate students taking law courses.
- At the California Attorney General’s Office, Bev supervised law students both in their brief and legal memo writing and their court appearances.
- Professor Meyers has taught: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Law and Social Justice, Legal Writing, and Advanced Legal Writing.
- She is presently teaching as an Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy School of Law at National University.
- In 2021, Professor Meyers received the Inaugural Delphi Award for Academic Excellence from Northcentral University.
- Professor Meyers is a lecturer with the National Association of Continuing Legal Education and the United Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
- In 2020, Bev lectured on: “Effective Legal Writing for the Attorney Practitioner.”
- In 2021, Bev lectured on “The George Floyd Case: The Evidence, Arguments, Verdict and Sentence in the Criminal Case Against Derek Chauvin.”
Professor Meyers is now offering tutoring assistance with law school application essays (law school admission essays) and college application essays (college admission essays). Contact her at Bev@legalwritinglaunch.com to develop together a detailed program that could work for you! This would include a spreadsheet on relevant deadlines, a description of the narrative essay process with examples, and actual editing of student’s work while ensuring that the student’s voice remains intact.
The Roots of Legal Writing Launch
“As an attorney supervising law students and a law professor, I realized that students lacked basic grammar as well as legal writing skills. It became both my mission and passion to help students improve these skills. And ASAP.”
— Bev Meyers, founder