Faculty Directory

Elizabeth Miller

Adjunct Professor

Biography

Before starting her own practice in 2007, Ms. Miller was the Program Coordinator for the Bet Tzedek Legal Program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Boston, held a teaching fellowship at Brandeis University in the Legal Studies Department and worked with the National Consumer Law Center on fair debt collection issues. From 1994 until 2000 she practiced consumer law at Grant & Roddy in Boston, primarily bringing class and individual actions for violations of the Truth in Lending Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Billing Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Consumer Leasing Act, Massachusetts consumer protection law and for predatory "equity skimming" foreclosures. Before joining Grant & Roddy, Ms. Miller worked as a litigator at the New York law firm of Anderson, Kill, Olick & Oshinsky and at Edwards & Angell of Boston, and then as a staff attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services representing homeowners in the Roxbury and Dorchester neighborhoods of Boston faced with foreclosure.