Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Miller was a Public Rights Project Fellow and Special Assistant State’s Attorney in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, where she served as the first attorney in the Office’s Affirmative & Impact Litigation Section. In this role, she handled a variety of complex litigation matters, including the County’s successful challenge to the Department of Homeland Security’s “public charge” rule and the defense of several County firearm ordinances. Prior to her fellowship, Ms. Miller clerked for the Honorable John R. Blakey of the Northern District of Illinois.
Ms. Miller graduated from Yale Law School, where she was an active participant in the New Haven Legal Assistance Immigrant Rights Clinic and a member of the Yale Law Women Executive Board. During law school, Ms. Miller worked with organizations such as the National Women’s Law Center, the ACLU Women’s Rights Project, and the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.
Ms. Miller is a member of the bar in Illinois.