Former Justice Helen M. Meyer served as Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court from 2002–12, deciding hundreds of cases in a wide variety of subject areas. After leaving the court she joined Briggs & Morgan. Prior to her appointment to the court, she practiced civil litigation for twenty years. She is immediate past-chair of the board of Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and a member of the board of Guthrie Theater. She is a co-founder of the Institute to Transform Child Protection at Mitchell Hamline.
She is a recipient of the Rosalie E. Wahl Justice for Children award, Minnesota Lawyer’s Outstanding Service to the Profession award, the Academy of Certified Trial Lawyer’s Distinguished Jurist award and the University of Minnesota Outstanding Achievement award. In 2018 she was honored with Minnesota’s Lawyer’s Icon Award in recognition of her years of experience and her ability to lead and inspire others.
Institute to Transform Child Protection