AuthorJeffrey G. Miller/Ann Powers/Nancy Long Elder/Karl S. Coplan
Jefrey G. Miller served as a Professor of Law at Pace Law School for 25
years before his retirement in 2013. He previously served as its Vice Dean for
Academic Aairs, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, and A ssociate Dean
of Environmental Programs. He has focused his teaching and scholarship
primarily on water pollution, hazardous wa ste management, enforcement of
environmental law, and citizen suits. He has written three books, several chap-
ters, and numerous articles on these and related subjects. He wrote much of
the material that developed into this book to teach Pace Law School’s intro-
ductory course in environmental law and has taught that course many times.
He was the faculty advisor to Pace’s National Environmental Moot Court
Competition at its inception, has continued in that capacity most years since,
and has written the majority of the problems for the Competition. He serves
on the board of directors of the Pace Environmental Law Clinic. Before
he joined the Pace faculty in 1987, Professor Miller spent ten years with
the Environmental Protection Agency and ten years in private practice. He
began his EPA career as Enforcement Branch Chief a nd Enforcement Divi-
sion Director in EPA’s Boston oce and subsequently joined its Washington,
D.C., oce where he served as Deputy Assistant Administrator for Water
Enforcement and then acted as its A ssistant Administrator for Enforcement
from 1979 to 1981. He practiced environmental law as a partner in Verner,
Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson & Hand and in Bergson, Borkland, Margo-
lis & Adler, both in Washington, D.C. He was subsequently of counsel to
Perkins Coie for several years. He bega n his lega l career a s a n associate in
Bingham, Dana & Gould in Boston. Professor Miller has served as Treasurer
and on the board of d irectors of the Environmental Law Institute and a s an
advisor to its Environmental Law Reporter. He served on the boards of direc-
tors of two corporations eng aged in the management of hazardous waste.
He has testied on issues of environmental law before subcommittees of the
United States Senate, the House of Representatives, and state legislatu res, as
well as an expert witness in state and federal courts and private arbitrations.
He ha s lectured on and taught environmental law throughout the United
States and in Europe, South America, and Asia. He is a graduate of Princeton
University and Harva rd Law School, where he was a research associate for a
year after his graduation.

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