Jennifer Graham Meyer focuses her practice on environmental, land use, and construction cases. Ms. Meyer advises clients in complex and environmental litigation, including CERCLA* contribution actions, regulatory enforcement actions, and breach-of-contract actions.
Her previous environmental work includes supervision of the Michigan Environmental Crimes Project, a large-scale empirical study of environmental crimes prosecutions in the United States. The study examines the prosecutorial discretion factors that lead to the criminal prosecution of environmental law violations investigated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Ms. Meyer is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, cum laude, from Amherst College. While attending law school, she was the Executive Article Editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review and represented clients in the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic. She worked as a law clerk for the City of Philadelphia Law Department, the City of Flint Prosecutor’s Office, and the Federal Communications Commission.
Before law school, Ms. Meyer worked in the general counsel’s office of Advertising.com, a subsidiary of AOL. She also taught high school English as a New York City Teaching Fellow.
Ms. Meyer is a member of the bars of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is a proud supporter of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and a devoted runner, completing the Bayshore Marathon in 2012.
*The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), commonly known as Superfund, was enacted by Congress on December 11, 1980.
Jennifer Graham Meyer, Esquire
Areas of Practice:
Environmental | Litigation