Professor of Law; Director of the Criminal Justice Clinic
Area of Expertise:
Clinical legal education; children and the law; civil rights; criminal law and procedure; election law; sentencing law; trial advocacy
Binny Miller is director of the Criminal Justice Clinic and professor of law. She holds expertise in voting rights; elections; clinical legal education; and criminal justice. In her career, Miller has been trial attorney for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, and she was granted a special commendation award from them in 1987. She is author of "Give Them Back Their Lives: Recognizing Client Narrative in Case Theory," Michigan Law Review (1994); "Who Shall Rule and Govern? Local Legislative Delegations, Racial Politics, and the Voting Rights Act," Yale Law Review (1992).
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BA, Carleton College (magna cum laude); JD, University of Chicago (cum laude)
Crime and Justice, Education-Higher Education, Law-Criminal Law, Politics-Campaigns and Elections