also known as Meredith R. Miller
Meredith R. Miller is a legal educator and scholar. She is also the principal of Miller Law, PLLC. Miller Law serves two constituencies: attorneys requiring consultation and small business clients in need of representation and advising.
Since beginning her career as a law professor in 2004, Meredith has taught law school classes in writing and research, contracts, civil procedure, business organizations and employment law. Her teaching has been recognized more than once with a “Professor of the Year” award from her students at the Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where she is a faculty member.
Meredith’s scholarly papers are widely cited in influential law journals and leading law school casebooks. Her writing focuses on contract doctrine and theory and business law; she has lectured on these topics throughout the world.
Meredith passionately believes that her knowledge should extend beyond the classroom and her teaching aims to reflect the realties of law as it is actually practiced. In addition to her work as a law professor, Meredith has continued to work on a project basis with other attorneys who need assistance on dispositive motions and appeals. In her legal practice, Meredith leverages her background in business and commercial litigation to represent small businesses, start-ups and freelancers in transactional matters. She serves as Vice Chair of the LeGAL judicial screening panel and has trained as a mediator with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Meredith graduated from Union College, cum laude, with an interdisciplinary major in English and Visual Art. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School, where she was the Executive Articles and Research Editor of the Brooklyn Law Review, an Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Fellow and a Richardson Merit Scholar. She earned an LL.M in Legal Education from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she served as an Abraham L. Freedman Fellow. Meredith served as a law clerk to the New York Court of Appeals and as a litigation associate at Proskauer Rose, LLP. She is admitted to practice law in New York and Massachusetts.
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Best Professor||Touro Law Center Student Bar Association||2013|
|Professor of the Year||Touro Law Center Student Bar Association||2008|
|Attorney and Legal Consultant||Miller Law, PLLC||2010 - Present|
|Associate Professor of Law||Touro Law Center||2008 - Present|
|Assistant Professor of Law||Touro Law Center||2006 - Present|
|Honorable Abraham L. Freedman Fellow and Lecturer in Law||Temple Law School||2004 - 2006|
|Associate, Litigation Department||Proskauer Rose LLP||2002 - 2004|
|Senior Court Attorney, Central Staff||New York Court of Appeals||2000 - 2002|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Lesbian and Gay Law Association of Greater New York||Board Member and Vice Chair, Judiciary Committee||2006 - Present|
|Touro Law Review||Party Sophistication and Value Pluralism in Contract||2013|
|Cornell Real Estate Review||Strategic Default: The Popularization of a Debate Among Contract Scholars||2011|
|Pace Law Review||An Illusory Right to Appeal: Substantial Constitutional Questions at the New York Court of Appeals||2011|
|Missouri Law Review||Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism||2010|
|Tennessee Law Review||Contracting Out of Process, Contracting Out of Corporate Accountability: An Argument Against Enforcement of Pre-Dispute Limits on Process||2008|
|Pace Law Review||A Picture of the New York Court of Appeals at the Time of Wood V. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon||2008|
|Touro Law Review||Book Review of the History of the New York Court of Appeals, 1932-2003, by Bernard S. Meyer, Burton C. Agata & Seth H. Agata||2008|
|Hastings Business Law Journal||Revisiting Austin V. Loral: A Study in Economic Duress, Contract Modification and Framing||2006|
|Temple Law School||Legal Education||LL.M - Master of Laws||2006|
|Brooklyn Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|Union College||Visual Art / English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1997|
|9th Annual International Contracts Conference||Getting Paid in the Naked Economy||2014|
|Southeastern Legal Scholars Conference||Toward a Disclosure Model: The Failure of Corporate Supplier Codes as Contracts||2013|
|8th Annual Conference on Contracts||Toward a Disclosure Model: The Failure of Corporate Supplier Codes as Contracts||2013|
|7th Annual Conference on Contracts||Party Sophistication and Pluralism in Contract||2012|
|Law of Contract or Laws of Contracts||Party Sophistication and Pluralism in Contract||2011|
|6th Annual Conference on Contracts||Strategic Default: The Popularization of a Debate Among Contract Scholars||2011|
|Spring Conference on Contracts||Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism||2010|
|4th Annual Contracts Conference||Enforcement of Pre-Dispute Limits on Process||2008|
|The Enduring Legacy of Wood v. Lady Duff Gordon||A Picture of the New York Court of Appeals at the Time of Wood v. Lucy Lady Duff-Gordon||2007|
|International Contracts Conference||What's Will Got To Do With It? Reforming the Duress Doctrine||2004|
|CLE at Court of Appeals Hall||Civil Motions for Leave to Appeal to the New York Court of Appeals||2002|