Meyette Green & Associates
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Nannette Meyette

Meet the Attorneys

Nannette Meyette is admitted to practice law in the State of Michigan, the Eastern District of Michigan Federal Court and the 6th Circuit Federal Court in Cincinnati, OH.  She has been in private practice since July 2005.  She focused on Immigration, Family and Criminal Law from 2005 to 2011. She has orally argued over 5 immigration cases before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio.   Nannette graduated from University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in May 2004.  During law school Nannette worked in the University  of Detroit Mercy Law School Library.  She was also a Westlaw Representative, a BarBri Representative and a PMBR Representative.  She joined Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and served as the Justice of the Murphy Chapter.  Nannette was chosen to be part of the UDM National Moot Court Team in 2003-2004 that competed at Catholic University in Washington, D.C.   She graduated from Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin in May 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Russian Language.  As a part of her studies at Beloit College she studied Russian Language at the Russian State University for the Humanities from February 2000 to June 2000 in Moscow.  In college, Nannette joined Delta Omicron International Professional Music Fraternity, and is still active with that organization. 

Kelly Riegel-Green

Kelly Riegel-Green began her undergraduate degree at Ferris University. During that time she participated in numerous campus organizations including being a member of the debate team, Associated Student Government and a member of the choir.  She was a member of Mu Gamma Chi, choir fraternity and on the homecoming court. During her freshman year she won the Stephen Brinkman award, which is given to a member of Student Government for going above and beyond in leadership and service. At that time, she was the only freshman to have ever won the award. She was a member of Entertainment Unlimited and aided in negotiating a contract for Bill Cosby to come to Ferris’s campus to perform. Ms. Riegel-Green went to Lansing to testify in support of the Campus Sexual Assault Bill of Rights and has also gone to Washington DC to lobby for student rights and educational funding. She helped organize the first ever student lobby day in Lansing for Ferris. During her time at Ferris State, she was one of only 2 students to have an active role on the Semester Conversion team when the university began its transition from quarters to semesters. She later transferred to Wayne State University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Mass Communication. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta. During her undergraduate time as an Alpha Gam, she won the Algadel Award. This award is awarded to a senior member for outstanding service. She was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-law Fraternity at Wayne State University.

She attended Ohio Northern University Claude Pettit College of Law. During her time there, amongst other things, she was the editor of the Women’s Law Journal, won the Burkee E. Smith Trial Advocacy Competition and was Vice President of Street Law. Kelly served as a guardian ad litem during Law School. She worked at the Kenton County Prosecutor’s office and was an Alternative Dispute Resolution’s officer for Lima, Ohio. Ms. Riegel-Green clerked for Judge Michael Kelbley in Seneca County, Ohio during the summer between her first and second year of Law school. Then later she interned at the Prosecutor’s Office for Clare and Roscommon Counties in Michigan between her second and third year of law school.

Ms. Riegel-Green has taught Business Law I and II at Oakland Community College. She’s also was on the Board of the Greater Oakland Mothers of Multiples.

Ms. Riegel-Green has fraternal twins and two dogs. She and her children are involved with Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan. She is a firm believer in the importance of early intervention for education of children with special needs.  She also currently sits on the PAIMI council for the Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service-MPAS.