Ronald W. Meister
Ronald W. Meister is a member of the New York City law firm Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C., where he concentrates on commercial litigation, intellectual property and military law. He is the author of articles and reviews published in the Yale Law Report, the New York Law Journal, and the A.B.A. Journal, with such titles as “Justice Tempered with Murphy,” “An Ensign for the Coffin,” and “The Day the Common Law Stopped.” He is an avid reader of naval fiction, a member of the C.S. Forester Society, and Chairman of the Board of the National Institute of Military Justice. He is color blind and occasionally wears mismatched socks. He can be reached at RWM@cll.com.
2 entries by Ronald W. Meister
By Stephen Church
Though fact-filled, this biography sheds little new light on a complex monarch.
By Michael Waldman
The history and future of an amendment thwarted and supported by a living Constitution.