received her undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1983
and her law degree from the University of Oregon in 1986. She
practiced law for six years in the area of civil litigation. She began working at Aoki,
in the fall of 2008 and is currently Discovery Project
Manager/Legal Assistant at Aoki Law PLLC. She is responsible for managing and
organizing the discovery (documents, photos, audio, and video
files) in large multiple defendant federal criminal cases either
through creation of Excel spreadsheets and PDF indexes or through
on-line database systems. She is responsible for hiring and
managing contract reviewers to code information and training
lawyers on the use of technology for organizing and accessing
discovery. She served as a trainer for the Law & Technology
Workshop Series: Techniques in Electronic Case Management put on
by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Office of
Defender Services, Training Branch in September 2010.
Ms. Miller also assists on criminal defense cases in both state and federal court, business litigation matters regarding corporate officer fraud, mortgage fraud and securities fraud, as well personal injury litigation involving permanent disabilities or wrongful death.