Meyer, Christopher H

Author Description

Christopher Meyer has practiced water law, planning and zoning law, constitutional law, natural resources law, road and public access law, and addressed legislative matters for over three decades. Best Lawyers in America has named him “Lawyer of the Year” four times. He is described in the Idaho Yearbook Directory as “centrally located in the world of Idaho public affairs“ and “a key figure in Idaho water law.“ He serves on the Board of Advisors to the National Judicial College’s “Dividing the Waters” water law program for judges. His clients include Fortune Ten companies, municipal water providers, cities, counties, highway districts, energy companies, food producers, mining companies, and land developers. Before joining Givens Pursley in 1991, Chris taught water law and negotiation at the University of Colorado Law School. Prior to that, he practiced environmental law as counsel to National Wildlife Federation in Washington, D.C.

Authored Reports

Interstate Water Allocation|Municipal Water Rights & the Growing Communities Doctrine: Development, Codification & Application|Mitigation of Injury to Water Rights: Law & Strategies in Idaho