Sheila Miller

Legal Profession Program Coordinator and Professor of Lawyering Skills
Full-Time Faculty
School of Law

  • Location: 422 Keller Hall
  • Phone: 937-229-4732
  • Email: Contact

Profile

Sheila Miller is coordinator of the Legal Profession Program. She previously taught at the School of Law for five years, leaving in 1994 to raise her children. She did not abandon her love of teaching the law during that time, however; she served as an adjunct professor for Dayton Law for four years.

As a law student at the University of Cincinnati, Professor Miller wrote for the Law Review, was an articles editor of the Human Rights Quarterly and was elected to the Order of the Coif. After graduating second in her class, she worked as an associate in the litigation department of Frost & Jacobs before becoming an associate at Crabbe, Brown, Jones, Potts & Schmidt, also in Cincinnati.

Courses Taught

LAW 6105 Legal Profession I
LAW 6106 Legal Profession II
LAW 6507 Intrasession: Human Trafficking

Degrees

J.D., University of Cincinnati, 1987
B.A. cum laude, Miami University, 1983

Selected Publications

Stare Decisis and Analogy from a Child’s Perspective, The Second Draft: Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute (2005).