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Micah J. Miller, JD, LLM received his Tax Masters of Law (LLM) and Certificate in Estate Planning from Georgetown University Law Center where he graduated with honors, making the Dean’s List for his concentration in Tax and graduating Cum Laude. His graduate studies focused on complex planning techniques for high net-worth clients, particularly concentrating on sophisticated planning methods involved in business succession, charitable planning, and international tax issues. Micah’s studies included a complimentary focus on Nonprofit Tax Law, where he served as the Research Editor on the leading textbook in the field, Joint Ventures Involving Tax-Exempt Organizations, 4th ed., authored by Michael I. Sanders. Additionally, he served as an assistant attorney on a brief to the Ninth Circuit in a case that involved tax credits allocated to unmarried co-owners of real property.

Micah received his Juris Doctorate (JD) from Santa Clara University School of Law where he served as Associate on the Journal of International Law and as Comments Editor on the Santa Clara Law Review. He competed in Honors Moot Court and was a member of the Tax & Estate Planning Society as well as the Real Estate Law Society. Further, Micah was awarded the “Excellence for the Future Award” for his research conducted in El Salvador that culminated in his report, “United States Immigration Policy and the Creation of the World’s Largest Gangs: Marasalvatrucha and Calle 18.” During law school, Micah also studied Public International Law at Oxford University, Magdalen College where he received the highest marks. Finally, he served as Legal Intern in the Probate Division of the Santa Clara Superior Court under the Honorable Thomas W. Cain.

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