Mr. Myers earned his Bachelor of Computer Science from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. Following that, he earned his Juris Doctorate from the prestigious Whittier Law School. While in Law School, Mr. Myers was the Lead Articles Editor of the Journal of Child and Family Advocacy, a member and Executive Board Member for the Moot Court Honors Board and a member of the Trial Advocacy Honors Board.
Mr. Myers has been admitted to both the California and Illinois State Bars. He began his legal career as a law clerk for a civil (personal injury) defense firm performing many facets of civil litigation. Mr. Myers also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for an Orange County Superior Court Judge.
Once he became an attorney, Mr. Myers worked as a plaintiff personal injury attorney. He then changed paths and began practicing primarily immigration and criminal law. Although he continued to handle some personal injury cases, he mainly focused on Immigration and Criminal cases. This led to a position with the Department of Labor as a Supervisory Immigration Program Analyst where he deepened his understanding of immigration law from the government’s side.
Mr. Myers’ experience is broad and he has a strong success rate in private practice, while always having maintained a good relationship with his clients. He uses his versatile experience to achieve excellent results for his clients.