2003, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, B.A.
2006, Michigan State University, M.A.
2012, Michigan State University, Ph.D.
Introduction to Law and the Legal System
Comparative Legal Systems: Western Europe
Career SpecialtiesWilliam Myers conducts research and teaches courses in American and Comparative Judicial Politics with particular interests in countries with common law legal traditions. He is particularly interested in the conditions under which court decisions can influence public attitudes.
Professional and Community Activities:William Myers, along with Reginald Sheehan of Michigan State University, co-edited The Politics of the American Judicial Process, published in 2009 by Kendall-Hunt and serves to expose undergraduates to classic and cutting-edge research related to the American federal courts. To date, William Myers has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Commonwealth and Comparative Politics.
Honors and AwardsHe is a member of the American Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association and the Southern Political Science Association.