William Meyer has worked in special education law since 2004, first advocating on behalf of juvenile clients at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, while in law school at the Washington College of Law at American University.

After completing a year-long housing court litigation clinical program, Will came to New York and joined the staff of Advocates for Children of New York. At AFC, Will advocated for the rights of children with disabilities from low-income families in New York City at IEP meetings and administrative hearings, trained and supervised attorneys from top corporate law firms to provide pro bono assistance to families, and gave workshops on special education law and advocacy to parents, New York City Teaching Fellows teachers, medical and mental health professionals and community groups.

Will joined our office in April of 2012 and litigates in administrative, appellate and federal cases. Will lives in Brooklyn and is an avid cyclist, photographer and is a licensed wedding officiant in multiple states.