Paul B. Miller

Professor of Law

Office: 3158 Eck Hall Of Law
Phone: 574-631-1516
Email: paul.miller@nd.edu
Staff Assistant: Sharon Loftus
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Paul B. Miller is Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School. A graduate of Cambridge University (M.Phil.) and the University of Toronto (M.A., J.D., & Ph.D.), Miller is a private law theorist whose work focuses on philosophical questions in equity, fiduciary law, trust law, and corporate law.

Before joining NDLS, Miller taught at McGill University and Queen’s University and served as a law clerk to the Hon. Justice Ian Binnie of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Miller is a co-founder and co-organizer of two academic conferences in his fields - the annual North American Workshop on Private Law Theory, and the annual Fiduciary Law Workshop.  He is also routinely involved in the organization of colloquia, workshops, and conferences at Notre Dame and elsewhere.

With Andrew Gold, Miller is editor of Philosophical Foundations of Fiduciary Law (Oxford University Press, 2014) and Contract, Status, and Fiduciary Law (Oxford University Press, 2016). With Evan Criddle, Andrew Gold, Arthur Laby and Gordon Smith, he is authoring a casebook - Fiduciary Law: Cases and Materials – for Aspen Publishers. The casebook will be the first of its kind to present fiduciary law as an integrated field of study. Miller is also currently editing, with Evan Criddle and Robert Sitkoff, The Oxford Handbook of Fiduciary Law.

Scholarship

Upcoming Events

Co-organizer, Conference: Fiduciary Law: Charting the Field, Harvard Law School, November 2017.

Co-organizer, Workshop: Fiduciaries and Trust: Ethics, Politics, Economics and Law, Melbourne Law School, December 2018.


Works in Progress

Equity as Supplemental Law, for D Klimchuk, I Samet, and HE Smith, eds., Philosophical Foundations of Equity (Oxford UP).

The Identification of Fiduciary Relationships, for EJ Criddle, PB Miller, and RH Sitkoff, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Fiduciary Law (Oxford UP).

Fiduciary Representation, for EJ Criddle et al., eds., Fiduciary Government (Cambridge UP).