Ms. Miller completed her Undergraduate studies at Loyola College where she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting. She worked in the financial sectors of major corporations such as Toyota headquarters and McCormick spice company before attending law school. Ms. Miller was accepted into the University of Baltimore School of Law where she graduated ahead of schedule with dual concentrations in Public Interest Law and Criminal Law.
While attending law school, she was offered a prestigious Judicial Clerkship in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. She worked with the Honorable Christopher Panos to initiate a new pilot program in the Circuit Court for pro se domestic litigants. During her Clerkship, Ms. Miller was recruited by the Office of the State’s Attorney where she worked with the top two state prosecutors on some complex criminal matters, including one of Maryland’s most notorious homicide case, which resulted in the successful prosecution of three Defendants for the homicides of five women. Following the trial of that high profile case, Ms. Miller was advanced to the head office where she worked as a Legal Analyst with the Director of Communications, the State’s Attorney, prosecutors and the Media on the City’s high profile cases.