Retiring State Supreme Court judge takes job at William Mitchell

Retiring Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Helen Meyer already has a new job lined up after her retirement on Friday. The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul said Wednesday that Meyer, a graduated from the school in 1983, will join the school in the fall as a "distinguished jurist in residence."
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Retiring Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Helen Meyer already has a new job lined up after her retirement on Friday. The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul said Wednesday that Meyer, a graduated from the school in 1983, will join the school in the fall as a "distinguished jurist in residence."

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