Dedicated | Entrepreneurial | Value-Driven
Samuel E. Miller leverages his experience in both litigation and transactional matters to provide clients with efficient, well-rounded counsel on an array of business-related matters.
Samuel earned his law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law, a master’s degree from University of Chicago, and a bachelor’s degree from Emory University.
During law school, Samuel gained experience at a cross-border business law boutique, where he assisted emerging companies with matters related to entity formation, financing, and corporate governance, and he also supported venture capital and private equity firms with fund structuring and direct investment transactions.
Samuel also gained valuable experience as part of the in-house legal team of a respected venture capital (VC) firm based in the Abu Dhabi Global Market, one of the UAE’s financial free zones. While working with the VC, Samuel handled due diligence, played a role in negotiating, redlining, and drafting transaction documents for investments in early-stage technology companies, and ensured compliance with the firm’s jurisdictional obligations under local financial services and general corporate regulations.
In addition to his professional pursuits, Samuel has a strong academic interest in the intersection of law and religion. His scholarly work in this area has been published in a leading law journal, and he has presented his thought leadership at academic conferences hosted by the University of Chicago and Brown University.
In his free time, Samuel is a dedicated middle-distance runner (5K, 10K), and he is an avid enthusiast of short fiction and jazz.