Thereafter, Ms. Miller was offered a position at the Maryland Judiciary in Annapolis, where she was responsible for training District and Circuit Court Judges, writing the Clerk’s Manual for the Clerk’s of the Courts and overseeing and implementing Maryland Court Policies. She also managed legal services Court Programs and addressed and resolved legal issues impacting the public and Maryland’s Courts. She provided guidance and resources to the State’s Legal Services providers, law enforcement and other governmental agencies.
Ms. Miller is a mediator certified in Basic Mediation and Conflict Resolution. She is also Certified in Collaborative Law. Now, in private practice, she manages the Firm and offers experienced and aggressive legal representation in a personable environment for persons who have been injured due to the negligence of others. Ms. Miller’s education in medical malpractice cases began in law school under the teaching of one of Maryland’s most successful and prominent medical malpractice lawyers. She is personally involved in the medical profession from her father, who is a Doctor of Internal Medicine and retired Professor from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, her mother, who is a retired Nurse, and her two sisters, a Psychiatrist, and a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Ms. Miller is licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland, the United States Federal District Courts and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Additionally, she works with leading trial attorneys nationwide to provide immediate assistance to clients in out-of-state and multi-jurisdictional issues. Fluent in both Spanish and French, Ms. Miller offers legal services in those languages as well.