Clinical Lecturer in Law, Clinical Fellow in Private Law, and Associate Research Scholar in Law
J.D., Yale Law School, 2018 M.Sc., Oxford University, 2011 M.Sc., London School of Economics, 2010 A.B., Harvard College, 2009
Private Law Clinic
Andrew Miller is a Clinical Lecturer in Law, Clinical Fellow in Private Law, and Associate Research Scholar in Law at Yale Law School. Miller is the director of the Private Law Clinic, which he co-founded in 2022. Students in the clinic work on cutting-edge and theoretically challenging matters in consumer protection, contract, tort, and property law. Miller also researches the theoretical and doctrinal implications of algorithmic decision-making in consumer markets.
After graduating from Yale Law School in 2018, Miller clerked for Judge Diane Wood on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and spent two years at Loevy & Loevy, a Chicago civil rights firm. At Loevy & Loevy, Miller focused on seeking redress for people harmed by the misuse of facial recognition, digital surveillance, and other artificial intelligence technologies.
While at Yale Law School, Miller was a founding editor of the Law and Political Economy blog, a board member of the American Constitution Society’s Yale Law School chapter, and a student member of both the Supreme Court Advocacy Clinic and the Advanced Appellate Litigation Project. Prior to law school, he worked on the legislative teams of U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), conducted research as a fellow at NYU’s Governance Lab (GovLab), and studied Chinese politics on a Marshall Scholarship in the U.K.