Bruce K. Miller
A.B., Stanford University
J.D., Harvard Law School
Prior to coming to Western New England University in 1980, Professor Miller worked for the National Senior Citizens Law Center, Los Angeles, California, specializing in social security and private pension litigation in the federal courts. Before that, he was an attorney with the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. He teaches constitutional law and other public law and litigation related subjects. Professor Miller's primary areas of interest focus on the challenges to the rule of law that have emerged as a result of the attacks of September 11, 2001, and on legal issues that especially affect poor people. He is president of No More Guantanamos, a non-profit advocacy group, and serves on the board of the Rosenberg Fund for Children. He is also a member of the Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Representation. Professor Miiller retired from the faculty in 2020.
Federal Courts & Jurisdiction
Federal Litigation: Pension Rights
Bruce Miller, Symposium: Radical Nemesis: Re-Envisioning Ivan Illich's Theories on Social Institutions: The Place of Law in Ivan Illich's Vision of Social Transformation, 34 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 507 (2012). SSRN Digital Commons Cited by
Bruce K. Miller, Lawyers' Identities, Client Selection and the Antidiscrimination Principle: Thoughts on the Sanctioning of Judith Nathanson, 20 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 93 (1998). SSRN Digital Commons Cited by
Bruce K. Miller, Do Black Lives Matter to the Constitution?, AF-AM POINT OF VIEW, Jan. 1, 2019, at 23.