Born in New York, New York to Murray and Mary Miller.
Studies courses at Brooklyn College.
Studies courses at the City College of New York and receives a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Rochester.
Receives a Bachelor of Laws from Harvard University.
Becomes an associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in New York, New York.
Admitted to practice in the state of New York and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Becomes a lecturer and associate director of Project International Procedure at Columbia Law School.
Becomes an associate professor at the University of Minnesota Law School.
Promoted to full professor at the University of Minnesota Law School.
Serves as a contributor to “Federal Practice and Procedure: Civil Procedure Cases and Materials.”
Serves as a visiting professor at Harvard Law School and authors “The Assault on Privacy: Computers, Data Banks, and Dossiers.”
Becomes a full professor at Harvard Law School.
Appointed by President Ford to the National Copyright Commission.
Appointed reporter to the Federal Rules Advisory Committee by the Chief Justice of the United States. He is reappointed in 1982.
Admitted to practice law in Massachusetts.
Begins TV career by becoming on-air Legal Expert for ABC’s Good Morning America and hosting “Miller’s Court.”
Makes first appearance before U.S. Supreme Court as analyst.
Earns a News and Documentary Emmy for work on “The Constitution: That Delicate Balance.”
Becomes Bruce Bromley Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.
Becomes University Professor at New York University School of Law.