Marie Miller is an attorney with the Institute for Justice. Her practice focuses on protecting economic liberty, property rights, and educational choice.

Marie received her law degree from Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law. She received her undergraduate degree in music from the University of Notre Dame. And she holds masters degrees in music, from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, and public affairs, from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. After law school, Marie clerked for Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush of the Indiana Supreme Court and for Judge Michael S. Kanne of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

Marie Miller is licensed in Indiana.

Marie's Cases

Immunity and Accountability

Will Federal Cops Remain Above the Law?

When police violate the rights of Americans, as they did to Kevin Byrd and Hamdi Mahmoud, they should be held accountable. IJ is asking the Supreme Court to take both of these cases and ensure…

Civil Forfeiture | Private Property

Indiana Forfeiture Defense Appeal

The state of Indiana is attempting to make Terry Abbott win back his seized money in court without a lawyer. However, IJ has stepped in to defend Terry on appeal and is urging the court…

Economic Liberty | Occupational Licensing

Oklahoma Threading

Oklahoma requires eyebrow threaders to spend 600 hours learning skills that have nothing to do with eyebrow threading. This useless regulation prevents people from earning an honest living, which is why two eyebrow threaders have…

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Marie's Amicus Briefs