Brien K. MillerAttorney
Brien Miller is an Ironman finisher, an avid reader, an exercise junkie, and a lifelong learner.
Brien earned his Bachelor’s degree in History at the University of Cincinnati in 1992. He followed that up by earning a Master’s degree in Education at Xavier University while working as a substitute teacher during the day, and at Bethesda North Hospital at night.
Brien enjoyed a 20 year teaching career, during which he taught Social Studies, and coached year-round for school teams and in the community. He was also associate head coach and trainer for the Cincinnati Mavericks, a nationally ranked competitive baseball team.
Brien attended the University of Cincinnati College of Law after deciding to leave teaching. While there, he completed a year-long internship with the Hamilton County Office of the Public Defender. He also won UC’s coveted Federal Bar Association John W. Peck Trial Practice Award.
After graduating from law school, Brien passed the bar examinations for both Ohio and Kentucky within his first year. He is also admitted in the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio.
Brien closed his solo law firm in Blue Ash to join the Meadows Law Firm, where his practice will concentrate in the areas of school and juvenile law, criminal and DUI/OVI defense, and domestic relations.
- University of Cincinnati, B.A., History, 1992
- Xavier University, M.Ed., Secondary Education, 1994
- University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D., 2015
- Ohio Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Cincinnati Bar Association
- Clermont County Bar Association
- Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers