Brien K. Miller, M.Ed., J.D.

Brien believes client-centered advocacy is the only way to represent people who depend on him to protect their interests. Brien listens to his clients.  He answers their calls.  And he answers their questions.

His client’s pay for his time, his expertise, and his confidence.  And they get it.  Because they are continually kept up-to-date and in-the-loop, there are no surprises.  


Having an attorney like Brien craft a solution for your legal case eliminates the dread that any case can become when the focus isn’t you. Since all of his clients have Brien’s personal cell phone number, they are never more than a text or a call away from an answer to their important questions.  Most clients report that between their free consultation, the documents that Brien provides, and his frequent updates, they are always in-the-know about their case.

In his own words:

Nothing is more disgusting to me than a government that invades the privacy of its citizens. Fighting against government interference in the lives of citizens supports my Libertarian approach to life.

Nothing is more important to me than freedom. Mine. And yours.

I retired after 20 years from a successful teaching career to follow my dream of being a trial attorney. I like to fight. And win. When I agree to take your case, your fight becomes our fight.

Experience and Background

Brien earned his bachelor’s degree in History at the University of Cincinnati in 1992. Upon the completion of undergraduate studies, he moved on to obtain his Master’s Degree in Education at Xavier University. While in graduate school, he worked as a teacher during the day and at Bethesda North Hospital at night.

Brien attended the University of Cincinnati College of Law after deciding to leave teaching. While there, he completed a year-long internship with the Hamilton County Office of the Public Defender. He also won UC’s coveted Federal Bar Association John W. Peck Trial Practice Award. After graduating from law school, Brien passed the bar examinations for both Ohio and Kentucky within his first year. He is also admitted in the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio.

For more than 20 years, Brien taught Social Studies and coached year-round for school teams and in the community. Additionally, he served as an associate head coach and trainer for the Cincinnati Mavericks, a nationally ranked competitive baseball team.

Brien is an Ironman finisher, an avid reader, an exercise junkie, and a lifelong learner.