Samuel M. Miller is a graduate of the Ph.D. Program in Law and Economics at Vanderbilt University. He earned his Ph.D. in law and economics in 2015. Before coming to Vanderbilt, Miller earned a J.D. at Harvard Law School in 2007, clerked for the Honorable Thomas M. Hardiman of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in 2007-2008, and practiced as a corporate associate at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP from 2008 through 2010. While at Vanderbilt, Miller was a University Graduate Fellow and a Vanderbilt Law & Economics Scholar. While at Harvard Law School, Miller was a member of the championship team in the Ames Moot Court competition, was deputy editor-in-chief of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and secretary of the Harvard Immigration Project, and completed an internship with the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic. He also provided research assistance to Professor W. Kip Viscusi (now co-founder and co-director of Vanderbilt's Ph.D. Program in Law and Economics). Miller also holds an M.Phil. in economics from Oxford University and a B.A. in economics from Harvard College. His areas of interest include immigration law, contracts, arbitration and dispute resolution, labor markets, and corporate law. Miller joined the Miller Law Offices in Studio City, California in May 2015, where he is practicing immigration law.
"Economic and Empirical Analysis of Contractual Dispute Resolution"
Adviser: Professor Paige Marta Skiba