Brian Miller

Visiting Assistant Professor





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Brian Miller is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law and Donald Gaines Murray Fellow. He teaches in the first-year Lawyering Program. His research focuses on property, land use, housing, local government, and religion, and on how community institutions and practices interact with and influence the law in those subject areas.

Professor Miller previously worked as a law clerk on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Before that, he served as an Associate Attorney General at the North Carolina Department of Justice and as a law clerk on the Supreme Court of North Carolina. 

Professor Miller received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and his B.A. in political science from North Carolina State University, where he graduated as a valedictorian.


A Common-Law Remedy for the Eviction Epidemic, 86 Missouri Law Review 795 (2021). Read Full Text.

Changing Demographics and the Future of Religious Exercise, 2021 Wisconsin Law Review Forward 101. Read Full Text.

Religion and Local Power, 72 Mercer Law Review 531 (2021). Read Full Text.

Drone Delivery and the Takings Clause, 6 Texas A&M Journal of Property Law 139 (2020). Read Full Text.