Meet the Faculty
Anthony Miller, J.D.
Professor of Law
Office: School of Law (SOL)
- J.D., Pepperdine University, 1977
- M.A., California State University, Long Beach, 1972
- B.A., California State University, Long Beach, 1967
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Professor Anthony Miller has been teaching at
Pepperdine University School of Law since 1977.
He has taught Torts, Remedies, Constitutional Law-
Individual Rights, Family Law, Community Property,
Domestic Relations Dispute Resolution, Labor Law, Public Sector Labor Law,
International Commercial Arbitration, and Arbitration Practice. While these
courses may seem disparate, his interest in family law and labor and employment
law actually go well together, both emphasizing the law that governs ordinary
Americans in their most important relationships.
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Book Chapters | Articles |
BooksAnthony Miller, Peter M. Swisher & Helene Shapo, FAMILY LAW: CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (Lexis, 3d ed. 2012). WorldCat Anthony Miller, Peter M. Swisher & Jana B. Singer, FAMILY LAW: CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (Matthew Bender, 2d ed. 1998). Anthony Miller, Peter M. Swisher & William I. Weston, FAMILY LAW: CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (Matthew Bender 1990). Anthony Miller & Jay Grenig, WEST'S CALIFORNIA CODE FORMS WITH PRACTICE COMMENTARIES--Government (2d ed. 1985 & Supplements).
ArticlesAnthony Miller, The Case for the Genetic Parent: Stanley, Quilloin, Caban, Lehr, and Michael H. Revisited, 53 LOY. L. REV. 395 (2007) SSRN HeinOnlineAnthony Miller, Baseline, Bright-line, Best Interests: A Pragmatic Approach for California to Provide Certainty in Determining Parentage, 34 McGEORGE L. REV. 637 (2003) SSRN HeinOnlineAnthony Miller, Foley v. Interactive Data Corp.: The California Supreme Court Takes Uncertain Steps Toward Certainty in Wrongful Discharge, 11 WHITTIER L. REV. 595 (1989) HeinOnlineAnthony Miller, Extending the Fairness Principles of Li and American Motocycle: Adoption of the Uniform Comparative Fault Act, 14 PAC. L.J. 835 (1983) HeinOnlineAnthony Miller & R. Wayne Estes, Recent Judicial Limitations on the Right to Discharge: A California Trilogy, 16 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 65 (1982) HeinOnline