Julian D. Miller focuses his litigation practice on a variety of civil litigation matters, including commercial litigation, general and pharmaceutical products liability matters, governmental matters, and appeals in state and federal court. He represents corporate clients in a variety of industries as well as several governmental entities.
Julian joined the firm’s Jackson office in the spring of 2018. He has represented a county board of supervisors in a complex tax levy appeal before the Mississippi Supreme Court in a multimillion-dollar taxpayer liability case. Julian won a workers’ compensation appeal before the Mississippi Court of Appeals that absolved the construction company/workers’ compensation insurer clients of a more than $2 million liability. He also successfully defended a city and its police department in a $2 million, Section 1983, police excessive force/taser case. Other highlights of his practice include representing a corporate client in a status dispute against the Mississippi Department of Employment Security, and serving as special counsel to the Mississippi Department of Education and as board attorney for the North Bolivar Consolidated School District. Julian also has successfully represented several pro bono clients in school disciplinary and special education matters all over the state of Mississippi as part of the Mississippi Center for Justice’s Educational Opportunities Campaign.
Julian received his Juris Doctor (cum laude) from the University of Mississippi School of Law and his undergraduate degree in government from Harvard College. He served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Presiding Judge T. Kenneth Griffis, Jr., of the Mississippi Court of Appeals. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Mississippi.