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Ellis and Nelle Levitt Distinguished Professor of Law


Areas of Expertise

Torts, Product's Liability, Gaming Law, Worker's Compensation

Education

LL.M. University of Michigan
J.D. University of Missouri- Kansas City
  Editor in Chief UMKC Law Review
B.A. University of Missouri- Kansas City

Experience

Drake Professor since 1979
Attorney, Lathrop, Koontz & Norquest- Kansas City, MO
Visiting Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin

Selected Publications

"Ethics Across the Gaming Industry," Casino Lawyer, Summer 2013 (co-author)

"The Internet Gambling Genie and the Challenges States Face," 17 Journal of Internet Law 1 (July 2013)

"Public Policy and the Inevitability of Internet Gambling," Drake Law Review Discourse, Vol. 61, 1-34 (2012)

"Gaming Law in the Academic World: Is There a Fourth Wave?" Volume 15, Number 12. Gaming Law Review and Economics 759 (December 2011)

"The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming" - Casebook 2011 - Carolina Academic Press; co-author Anthony Cabot (with Teacher’s Manual)

Preface: 2008 Gaming Law Symposium, 57 Drake L. Rev. 319 (2009)

"Obesity Litigation: Curbing America’s Appetite Through Court Action," Rivista di Diritto Alimentare Anno II, numero 4-Ottobre-Dicembre 2008

"The Iowa Lottery’s TouchPlay Debacle," 11 Gaming L. Rev. 88 (2007)

Significant Accomplishments

Vice-President, Educator Members - International Masters of Gaming Law

Resume

Click here to view Professor Miller's curriculum vitae.

The Future of Lawyering

What roles will lawyers play in our society in the coming years? While lawyers will certainly continue to represent clients in our adversary system of justice, many of the assumptions about dispute resolution that have guided us in the past are now being questioned. The search for a more efficient delivery of legal services continues to accelerate, driven in part by technological advances. The legal practice of tomorrow will bear little resemblance to the traditional model that has been a staple of the profession for so long. Increasingly, lawyers are policy makers and elected officials, corporate counsel and advocates of reform. Legal education trains people to develop analytical skills that society values. But along with these skills comes a responsibility for lawyers, whatever their role, to be aware of how their work affects our society. The pursuit of justice doesn’t take place just in a courtroom.



 
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