Sean M. Miller

Sean M. Miller

Houston, Texas

Sean M. Miller was born and raised in Houston, Texas. While enrolled as a full-time student at the University of Houston, Mr. Miller co-owned and successfully ran a cigar store for three years before returning to his studies full-time. At the University of Houston, he double-majored in History and Political Science, and was an active member of the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Society.

Mr. Miller attended Penn State Law in University Park, PA where he participated in Penn State's study abroad program which had courses taught by such judicial luminaries as the Hon. Justice Antonin Scalia, the Hon. Anthony Scirica, and the Hon. D. Brooks Smith. While at Penn State, Mr. Miller conducted research for Professor Thomas E. Carbonneau, author of several of the most prominent case books on U.S. and international arbitration law and practice. Mr. Miller was also a teaching assistant for Professor John Bagby, Emeritus Professor at the Penn State College of Information Science and Technology. Here, Mr. Miller co-taught a senior seminar class on the intersection of law and technology to a class of 140 students, and assisted those students with their research obligations. Mr. Miller has co-authored and lectured with Prof. Bagby, and is currently working on a paper dealing with the application of big data to product recalls.

With a background in start-up formations, commercial contracting, securities, and private law, Mr. Miller made the jump to employment and labor law in 2017.


Areas of Practice

  • Employment/Labor
  • Business & Commercial
  • Contracts

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, 2017
  • Texas, 2016


  • Penn State Law in College Station, University Park, Pennsylvania
  • University of Houston, Texas
    • B.A.
    • Honors: Dean's List
    • Major: History and Political Science