Paul B. Miller
Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs
Professor of Law
Paul B. Miller is Professor of Law and Associate Dean for International & Graduate Programs at Notre Dame Law School, where he also serves as Director of the Notre Dame Program on Private Law. Miller taught previously at McGill University in Montréal and has held visiting appointments at the University of Melbourne, Peking University, and Tel Aviv University. Miller is a private law theorist whose work focuses primarily on philosophical questions in equity, fiduciary law, trust law, and corporate law. His books include Philosophical Foundations of Fiduciary Law, The Oxford Handbook of Fiduciary Law, and Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law. Miller is a member of the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Jurisprudence and serves (with John Oberdiek) as the General Editor for Oxford Private Law Theory and the associated series, Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, both published by Oxford University Press.
Co-organizer, Workshop: Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, University of Notre Dame London Global Gateway (UK), August 2019.
Co-organizer, Workshop: North American Workshop on Private Law Theory VII, Western University (Canada), October 2019.
Co-organizer, Workshop: International Fiduciary Law Conference III, Trinity College, University of Cambridge (UK), December 2019.
Co-organizer, Symposium on Andrew Gold’s The Right of Redress, School of Law, King’s College London (UK), December 2019.
Co-organizer, Workshop: Interstitial Private Law, University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway (Italy), November 2020.
Works in Progress
Corporations, for AS Gold, JH Goldberg, DB Kelly, ES Sherwin and HE Smith, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the New Private Law (Oxford UP).
The Corporation as a Category in Private Law, for B Zipursky and H Dagan, eds., Research Handbook on Private Law Theories (Elgar) (with Andrew Gold).
Equity, Majoritarian Governance, and the Oppression Remedy, for A Laby and JH Russell, eds., Firm Governance (Cambridge UP).
Juridical Justification of Private Rights, for S Degeling and J Hudson, eds., Justifying Private Rights (Hart).
The Morality of Fiduciary Law, for William and Mary Law Review symposium.
Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, Vol. I (Oxford UP) (edited with John Oberdiek).
Areas of Expertise
- Fiduciary Law
- Non-profit Organizations
- Trusts & Estates
In the News
ND Law School makes its mark on the study of fiduciary law, ND Law School News, April 22, 2019
Peking University Law School appoints Professor Paul Miller to Global Faculty, ND Law School News, December 11, 2018
Professor Paul Miller to edit new book series for Oxford University Press, ND Law School News, November 21, 2018
ND Law School launches new Program on Private Law, ND Law School News, November 7, 2018