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Katherine Meyer is an associate attorney at Arthur Law where she focuses her practice on real estate and administrative law, primarily representing condominium associations and homeowners’ associations throughout Maryland.


Katy provides advice and counsel to community association board members and their property managers on a variety of issues, including general association governance, covenant enforcement and statutory and regulatory compliance. She assists community associations with amendments to their governing documents, contract review and negotiations, membership communications and the collection of delinquent assessments. She also drafts governance documents for developers, including those necessary for association formation, expansion and transition. 


Bar Admissions

Maryland Court of Appeals


J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD, Journal of Land & Development

B.S. Political Science, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, Magna Cum Laude

Professional Memberships

Maryland State Bar Association; Young Lawyers Section  & Real Property Section

Anne Arundel County Bar Association 

Community Associations Institute (CAI), Chesapeake Chapter; Young Lawyers Committee

In addition, she represents individual property owners on real estate issues, including easements, adverse possession, and real estate contract disputes, as well as assists clients in their dealings with local, state and federal governmental agencies related to real estate matters. She frequently appears before the State Courts and other quasi-judicial boards in administrative hearings throughout the state, including the representation of clients facing ADA and FHA complaints filed with the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights.


Katy is active in both the State and local bar associations, as well as in the Community Associations Institute (CAI), its Chesapeake Chapter and the organization’s Young Lawyers Committee. 


Katy grew up at the beach in Delaware. She graduated from East Carolina University and the University of Baltimore School of Law. Upon graduation from law school she moved permanently to Annapolis, where she lives with her husband Brett. Outside of the office, Katy enjoys running, golfing, traveling with friends and family and spending time in the yoga studio.

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