Anthony Miller, professor of law, was recently appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa and confirmed unanimously by city council to the Los Angeles City Employee Relations Board. The board establishes policies and procedures for the administration of employer employee relations in city government and provides for the formal recognition of employee organizations that represent city employees.
Miller will serve a five year term ending in September 2015. After participating in his first session on June 27, he said, “It's great to be a part of the huge endeavor that is the City of Los Angeles, and I’m excited to be of service. I believe that I’ll be able to help simply by making careful and thoughtful decisions.”
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. His interest in family law and labor and employment law emphasize the law that governs ordinary Americans in their most important relationships.
Miller writes and publishes on family law and labor and employment law. His most recent publication is Family Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems (with Peter M. Swisher and Jana B. Singer) (Lexis, 3d ed. forthcoming).