Working in the area of government services, Dustin Meeks prides himself on seeking the best results for his clients, while working to enhance communities throughout the state of Indiana and the lives connected to them.
On a day-to-day basis, Dustin conducts legal research on various substantive government procedural issues, drafts memoranda, and tracks municipal and state legislation. He is committed to clear communication and ensuring clients and community stakeholders feel informed, understood and empowered to meet the needs of their communities.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg full-time, Dustin worked with the firm as a summer associate and with another firm as a law clerk. He gained experience in those roles conducting legal research, drafting a range of documents and helping to advise on the tax implications and strategy involved in creating an economic development district for residential real estate development. He also helped provide counsel regarding the statutory authority of a state-funded hospital to transfer assets in support of a charity.
While earning his undergraduate degree, Dustin spent two summers with 3xLogic, Inc. where he provided assistance with business analytics and data management and in various human resources related tasks.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Dustin W. Meeks