Western Law

Miller, Bradley

B.Comm (UBC), LLB (UBC), LLM (Edinburgh), D.Phil (Oxford)


Dr. Bradley Miller is currently on sabbatical at Princeton University, where he is the 2012-13 Ann and Herbert W. Vaughan Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, in the Department of Politics. He also holds an appointment as a Visiting Associate Professor in Princeton’s Department of Philosophy, and was a visiting fellow in the Department of Law at the European University Institute in 2008. He is a graduate of Oxford University and the University of Edinburgh, and is a founding member of Western Law’s Public Law and Legal Philosophy research group.

Dr. Miller’s work is at the intersections of constitutional theory, constitutional law, and moral and political philosophy. His research is currently focused on (1) the doctrine of proportionality and limitations on rights, (2) originalist and non-originalist constitutional interpretation, and (3) the constitutionality of “morals” laws.

Dr. Miller has lectured at Oxford, Princeton, Georgetown, Navarra (Spain), and UNAM (Mexico). His articles have appeared in the American Journal of Jurisprudence, the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Public Law Review, and in edited collections published by Cambridge University Press. He is a contributor to the UK Constitutional Law Blog and Public Discourse on matters of public interest such as hate speech legislation, the legal regulation of marriage, and euthanasia.

Dr. Miller is an associate counsel with Miller Thomson LLP, practicing constitutional and human rights law, and formerly practiced constitutional litigation and complex commercial litigation with Lerners LLP in Toronto. He has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario and British Columbia, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. He has been admitted to the bars of British Columbia (1993) and Ontario (2002) and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Publications

Teaching In 2013-2014

Course Term Credits
Administrative Law 5200D 001 Spring 4
Advanced Constitutional Law - Charter of Rights 5330A 001 Fall 4
Constitutional Law 5110 003 Fall, Spring 5
Legal Research, Writing and Advocacy 5135 005 Fall, January 3

Email: bmille3@uwo.ca
Phone: 519 661-2111 x80038
Office: LB 102