Joseph Meyers focuses on complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case. His experience includes drafting all summary judgment papers in a complex trust and estates matter, preparing several arguments for the briefing of a successful Rule 12(b)(6) motion resulting in the dismissal of all claims against a celebrity client, preparing the anti-SLAPP filing leading to the dismissal of a federal action against a client, and second chairing depositions in multiple cases.
Joseph graduated from Yale Law School, where he chaired the Yale Civil Rights Project and was Vice President of the American Constitution Society. He received his undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Columbia University. Following law school, Joseph clerked for the Honorable Jesus Bernal in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and for the Honorable Beverly Martin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Before attending law school, Joseph served in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica between 2013 to 2015, where he taught English and constructed bio-digestors on dairy farms for the local people.
Prior to joining K/A, Joseph served as a staff attorney for the National Immigration Project, where he developed and litigated cases advancing novel legal challenges to removal, enforcement and detention conditions across the country.