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“As an attorney, it is my duty and distinct honor to serve as a zealous advocate for those who cannot effectively speak for themselves. I will continue to work hard every day to seek justice for my clients and serve my community.”
The primary theme throughout Mrs. Miller’s legal career has been her commitment to serving those in need. She has constantly worked to help indigent and economically disadvantaged populations. Previously focusing her work primarily in the areas of public policy research and criminal law, Mrs. Miller has worked tirelessly to sharpen her legal advocacy skills both inside and outside of the courtroom.


In August of 2004, Mrs. Miller earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Lipscomb University while working full-time at the Davidson County Election Commission in Nashville, Tennessee.  Minoring in philosophy, Mrs. Miller strived to do meaningful legal work helping others. In December of 2009, she graduated from the Mississippi College School of Law a semester early, earning her Doctorate of Jurisprudence. 

While in law school, her commitment to public service was demonstrated through her consistent participation in both the Public Interest Law Group and the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) – R. Jess Brown Chapter. She held Executive Board Member positions within both organizations. In April of 2009, she was voted 2L of the Year by her fellow BLSA members for her dedicated service to the group and local community. 

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman®, Mrs. Miller served as a legal assistant for a personal injury law firm; a research associate for the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate for CASA of Maury County, Tennessee, where she helped children who suffered from abuse, dependency, and neglect; a public defender for the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy; a magistrate in Maury County, Tennessee; and one of the three statewide special prosecutors for the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference.  

Mrs. Miller is currently licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Kentucky and is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association. In recent years, she has also been a member of the American Bar Association, the Napier-Lobby Bar Association, and the Judicial Commissioner Association of Tennessee. She and her husband, Dominique, have resided in Columbia, Tennessee since 2003.

In her spare time, Mrs. Miller enjoys creating parodies or modified covers of songs, working in her yard, and taking care of animals. 

  • Lipscomb University, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Mississippi College School of Law, Juris Doctor
  • State Bar of Kentucky
  • State Bar of Tennessee
  • 2L of the Year Award, Black Law Students Association –R. Jess Brown Chapter, April 2009
  • Best Paper Award, Healthcare Law and Public Policy, August 2009

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