Professor Miller was a partner in the corporate restructuring department of Manier & Herod, P.C. in Nashville, Tennessee. His practice focused on representation of insurance companies in large national and international insolvency matters as well as chapter 11 trustees and unsecured creditors’ committees in regional cases. He also taught the Business Associations class at the Nashville School of Law. Prior to practicing, Professor Miller served as the law clerk for the Honorable William L. Stocks of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. He is a graduate of the Emory University School of Law. Professor Miller joined the USD Knudson Law faculty in 2022.
Professor Miller teaches debtor-creditor rights, secured transactions, and other related courses.
Professor Miller's current research interests include (i) the restructuring of heavily regulated entities (such as institutions of higher education and hydrocarbon producers) and the related conflicts between federal insolvency law and substantive state/federal law and (ii) the constitutionality of the statutory mootness provisions of the Bankruptcy Code.
Professor Miller has previously published articles in the Kentucky Law Journal, the West Virginia Law Review, the Drake Law Journal, and the American Bankruptcy Law Journal, among others.