Kellie Miller, Esq.
Kellie Miller is a civil rights litigator, providing counsel in areas such as free speech, religious freedom, and Title VI. Kellie graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Politics. At Princeton, she was a field hockey player, a two-time NCAA Final Four participant, and a three-time Academic All-American. After Princeton, she earned her J.D. from Ave Maria School of Law, serving as an editor of the Law Review and Vice President of the Women’s Law Association. Kellie is a Blackstone Fellow with the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Kellie recently returned to the practice of law after taking a sabbatical to raise her six children. During this time, she served as an educator and coach, authored and illustrated two children’s books about field hockey, and started her own small business. Kellie has a passion for students and their families and enjoys using her competitive spirit to advocate on their behalf.
- Princeton University, B.A., Cum Laude, Politics, 2001
- Ave Maria School of Law, J.D., Summa Cum Laude, 2005