Chambers USA Recognizes Barbara S. Miller Yet Again as a Leading Environmental Lawyer in CT

The law firm of Brody Wilkinson PC is pleased to announce that Barbara S. Miller was again recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Connecticut by Chambers USA in its 2012 edition. Ms. Miller has held this distinction since 2010. Chambers is an international publisher of legal profession guides and is widely respected throughout the world for its comprehensive research and review process. Chambers employs a team of 100 full-time researchers to conduct interviews, identify and rank the world’s best lawyers who exceed client expectations by delivering the highest level of technical capability, business acumen, service and value. For more information on the Chambers USA selection process, visit .

Ms. Miller, a principal of Brody Wilkinson PC, advises clients on a wide range of transactional and regulatory environmental matters, including due diligence, risk allocation, permitting and remediation. Among other recent representative matters, she served as environmental counsel for a fifty-five acre mixed-use brownfield development in Redding. Ms. Miller has published articles and spoken at seminars on the subject of environmental law. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Ms. Miller also represents businesses and individuals in commercial transactions and employment matters.

Ms. Miller received her B.A. from Yale College in 1972 and was a member of the first class of women admitted to the college. She received her J.D., with high honors, from the University of Connecticut Law School in 1977. Ms. Miller’s volunteer activities have included the Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce, Visiting Nurse Services of Connecticut and the Connecticut Zoological Society.

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