About The Mayer Group

Eric L. Mayer

After graduating from the United States Military Academy in 1996, Eric became an Infantry Officer, eventually stationed at Fort Drum, New York. From there, he deployed to both Saudi Arabia and Bosnia-Herzegovina (SFOR6).
After 5 years as an Infantry Officer, Eric left the Army to attend law school at the University of Kansas.  Upon graduation and passing the Kansas bar exam, he entered the Army JAG Corps.

Following JAG assignments at Ft. Polk, Louisiana and Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri, he decided to leave the Army at the rank of Major and continues his career as a civilian military lawyer, defending veterans across the armed forces.



  • Private Practice – 2010 to Present
  • Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps – 2004 to 2010
    • Senior Defense Counsel
    • Trial Counsel (Military Prosecutor)
    • Operational Law Judge Advocate
    • Special Assistant US Attorney
    • Federal Labor and Employment Counsel
    • Law Instructor, US Army Military Police School
  • Army Infantry Officer – 1996 to 2001
    • Rifle Platoon Leader
    • Infantry Brigade Operations Staff


  • Ranger Tab
  • Expert Infantryman Badge
  • Parachutist Badge
  • Meritorious Service Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal (2)
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (2)
  • National Defense Service Medal (2)
  • NATO Service Medal (Former Yugoslavia)
  • Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Eagle Scout (1986)
  • Commandant’s List, Army JAG Officer Basic Course


  • Kansas Bar, Spring 2004-Present
  • Federal District of Kansas, Spring 2004-Present (Inactive)
  • Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF)
  • The American Legion (Post Judge Advocate, District Americanism Chairman, and Department (State) Scouting Chairman)
  • Kansas Bar Association
  • Fort Knox Board of Education, 2012-2014
  • Volunteer Leader, Boy Scouts of America, 2001-Present (Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, and Assistant Scoutmaster)

Focus Areas

  • Criminal Defense
  • Courts-Martial (Primary Counsel)
  • Administrative Board Hearings and Appeals
  • Federal Labor Law (Department of Defense)