|Robert Sterling Meyer is a 2000 graduate from the Seton Hall University School of Law.
He possesses undergraduate degrees from Seton Hall University and the Gregorian
University in Rome, Italy. Mr. Meyer also possess graduate degrees in moral theology
and canon law respectively from the Lateran University in Rome and The Catholic
University of America in Washington, D.C. Mr. Meyer concentrates his practice in
litigation including individual bankruptcy, collections, landlord-tenant disputes,
municipal and family law. Additionally, Mr. Meyer is a licensed canon lawyer assisting
clients with ecclesiastical annulments, mediation, tribunal advocacy, and canonical
opinions. He has served as Advocate and Judge for the Metropolitan Tribunal in the
Archdiocese of Newark. Mr. Meyer is also an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University
where he teaches in the School of Law, W. Paul Stillman School of Business, College of
Education, and College of the Arts and Sciences. He is licensed to practice law as a
member of the New Jersey State Bar and the United State Bar Association. Mr. Meyer
also serves as the Associate Executive Vice President for Student Affairs at Seton Hall
University’s South Orange campus.