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Civil Rights at the U.S. Supreme Court: A Career Conversation with Jonathan Miller '00

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Civil Rights at the U.S. Supreme CourtCareer Conversation with Jonathan Miller '00
Thursday, May 1st 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.Center for Professional Development Workshop Room 
Join Jonathan Miller ’00, Chief of the Civil Rights Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, for a lunchtime discussion of high-profile matters at the U.S. Supreme Court. His talk will cover last term’s decisions striking down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, ongoing litigation about the right to marry for gay and lesbian couples, buffer zones around reproductive healthcare clinics, and more. At this session, you can also learn more about the work of the Civil Rights Division, which hires undergraduate interns throughout the year.

Miller is the Chief of the Civil Rights Division in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. He served as a member of the Office’s DOMA litigation team, in Massachusetts’s successful constitutional challenge to the federal Defense of Marriage Act. He also took part in the team that defended Massachusetts’s buffer zone law before the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year. As a member of the Civil Rights Division for the past six years, he has handled hundreds of matters involving housing discrimination, employment discrimination, Massachusetts Civil Right Act violations, and predatory and discriminatory lending. He is a member of the Dartmouth Class of 2000 and a graduate of Columbia Law School.

ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Please Register for "Career Conversation with Jonathan Miller" in Dartboard. Lunch will be provided. 

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