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Arthur H. Miller Named At-Large Trustee

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—New Brunswick attorney Arthur H. Miller was installed as an At-Large Trustee to the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) at the organization’s Annual Meeting on May 18 in Bally’s Atlantic City. The 45-member Board of Trustees manages the affairs and operation of the association.

A member of the NJSBA since 1969, Mr. Miller is presently secretary of the Individual Rights Section. He is also a member of the Bankruptcy Law Section and Consumer Protection Committee.

Mr. Miller founded the New Brunswick, New Jersey law firm of Miller, Miller & Tucker, and brings over 42 years of legal practice in New Jersey and New York to work for his clients. A Princeton University and Columbia Law School Graduate, he concentrates his law practice in the areas of personal injury, business law, bankruptcy, civil litigation, estate planning, and probate in NJ.

Mr. Miller was selected to receive the Middlesex County Bar Association's 1996 Lawyer Achievement Award. This prestigious award gives special recognition to attorneys like Arthur Miller whose activities have promoted improvements in and fostered public understanding of the legal system.

Mr. Miller’s role in providing over twenty years of community service in the State of New Jersey was cited in the award announcement. He has served as past President of the Middlesex County Bar Association, as well as past President for the Middlesex County Bar Foundation. For ten years, he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Middlesex County Legal Services Corporation, which honored him for two decades of service. Mr. Miller also volunteers time for the ACLU, and continues his community service activities.

The New Jersey State Bar Association, incorporated in 1899, is dedicated to the continuing education of lawyers and the public, to reforming and improving the legal system and to aiding in the administration of justice.