Meredith R. Miller joined the Touro Law Center faculty in Fall 2006 after serving for two years as an Honorable Abraham L. Freedman Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia.Prior to teaching, Professor Miller served as a law clerk to the New York Court of Appeals. She also worked as a litigation associate at Proskauer Rose LLP in New York City, where she litigated complex commercial and pro bono matters and served as a pro bono advisor to first year associates. Professor Miller has a varied legal background. She has worked in government and public interest organizations, at a small private practice, at a large national law firm, and on consulting projects with solo practitioners and small firms.
The New York Limited Liability Company Law at Twenty: Past, Present & Future, 31 Touro L. Rev. 403 (2015)
Party Sophistication and Value Pluralism in Contract, 29 Touro L. Rev. 659 (2013)
Strategic Default: The Popularization of a Debate Among Contract Scholars, Cornell Real Estate Review (2011)
A June 2010 report estimates that roughly 20% of mortgage defaults in the first half...
An Illusory Right to Appeal: Substantial Constitutional Questions at the New York Court of Appeals, 31 Pace L. Rev. 583 (2011)
The jurisdiction of the New York Court of Appeals has long been shrouded in mystery....
Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 493 (2010)
With increasing frequency, courts are mentioning party sophistication as relevant to whether a contract has...