2485 Natomas Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833
Anna Miller represents public school districts and California community college districts in all areas of general education law; labor relations; employment matters such as discrimination, dismissal and harassment; student issues such as fraudulent receipt of federally issued financial aid, grade disputes, student discipline and harassment charges; and First Amendment rights. She is active in the firm’s Title IX group, conducting Title IX investigations and giving presentations on Title IX issues.
Ms. Miller conducts complex workplace investigations for both public and private sector entities, including universities and colleges, school districts, public safety entities, counties and cities; and provides legal counsel on matters involving safety, campus police and human resources. In addition, she has a wealth of experience representing clients in court, arbitration proceedings and administrative hearings.
Ms. Miller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Syracuse University, a Master of Science degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. While at Syracuse, she was a member of the women’s varsity rowing team and a Student-Athlete on the university’s Deans List. During law school, Ms. Miller held an externship in Sacramento at the California Senate Office of Research, where her focus was on higher education/community college issues.
Publications and Speaking Engagements
Ms. Miller has co-authored several American Bar Association publications, including:
Ms. Miller frequently gives presentations about Title IX, employment issues, student matters and other legal topics.