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Gov. Perdue Appoints Meyer to District Court Bench

Monday, August 06, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Stephanie McGee
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Gov. Perdue Appoints Meyer to District Court Bench

Raleigh - Gov. Bev Perdue has appointed Louis B. Meyer, III to the District Court bench for the Tenth Judicial District which covers Wake County. He will fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Kristin Ruth.

"Louis has distinguished himself as an attorney.” said Gov. Perdue. "His strong intellect, wealth of experience as an attorney, and love of the law will serve him well as a District Court judge.”

Meyer has practiced law for 27 years in Wake County. He is a past president of the Tenth Judicial District Bar and the Wake County Bar Association. He served on the North Carolina Bar Association’s Task Force on Quality and Value of Legal Services and the Tenth Judicial District Fee Dispute Resolution Committee. He has participated in the Wake County Volunteer Lawyers Program, performing pro bono representation of victims of domestic violence, and in various Wake County Bar Association public service projects. He is also a certified mediator.

Meyer received both his law and undergraduate degrees from Wake Forest University. After graduating from law school, he served as a law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Alexander B. Denson in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Meyer’s father served as an Associate Justice on the North Carolina Supreme Court for fourteen years.


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