Willian C. Meili - Attorney at Law



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When your career,
professional license,
or future is in jeopardy.

Whether you are in the military, civilian government, or are a civilian professional,
if your career depends on your government clearance or professional license,
you need a deeply experienced attorney to help you ensure your future.

Practice Areas

Show Cause Boards of Inquiry (BOI)
Professional Licenses
Officer Resignations
Security Clearances
Testimonials Issues & Cases

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2015
Busy, Rewarding, Successful Past Six Months at Meili Law   more of Bill´s blog


100 S. Village Center Drive
Southlake, Texas 76092


Our approach is to win smart. Our law firm, primarily focused on military law and criminal defense, uses the art and craft of negotiation, a well-developed and seasoned skill in communication and advocacy, a detailed knowledge of the facts, law, regulations, and our clients’ and opponents’ relative strengths and weaknesses to fashion a winning defense. Whenever possible, we engage early on and use every available advantage to secure a favorable and timely result.

As an experienced military attorney and criminal defense lawyer, Bill Meili has the capability, resources, and networks to handle cases throughout the United States and globally.

Please note: We do not handle divorce or custody cases … even if one or both parties have a military affiliation. We understand the need for experienced, qualified representation in these matters, and so we recommend you contact your local county Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service for further assistance. Thank you.



Bill Meili talks about his practice and his focus on saving careers, protecting retirements and reclaiming the reputations and honor of those who serve this country.

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NEW Testimonial: NAVY Ensign's Wrongful Discharge and Eighty-Two Thousand Dollar Debt Recoupment — click here!

"Bill is the most responsive person I ever worked with. Period. His studied reply to my first e-mail for help arrived 18 minutes after I sent mine late on a Sunday night: it was not a canned response. It was Bill on the other end doing his thing. During the course of our work together I teased him that he probably works out with a BlackBerry in his hand. His response? "I do." I believe it. He delivered what he said he would, when he said he would, as he said he would."