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Thomas Robbins Miller, American lawyer, publisher. Bar: New York 1966, California 1974. Named 1 of 10 Outstanding Young Men in the United States, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1974.


Miller, Thomas Robbins was born on March 8, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William Whipple and Helen (Robbins) Miller.


Bachelor, Yale University, 1960;Bachelor of Laws, Stanford University, 1965;certified, Parker School Foreign and Comparative Law, Columbia University, 1966.


Associate Webster & Sheffield, New York City, 1965-1968. Sole practice, 1968-1974, Berkeley, 1974-1989. Public Lancaster Miller Publications, 1974-1989.

Senior partner Miller & Ngo, PLC, Oakland, California, since 1989. Founder, president International Children's Fund, Berkeley, since 1974. Consultant Peace Corps, Washington, 1961, Center for Constitutional Rights, United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, New York City, 1973-1976.

Deputy director California Rural Legal Assistance, San Francisco, 1977-1979. General counsel Global Exchange. Co-founder Parwaz Afghan Women's Microlending Fund.


  • Bar: New York 1966, California 1974.


Married Tran Tuong Nhu, July 3, 1974. Children: Toby, Teddy, Nathalie, Gabriella.

William Whipple Miller

Helen (Robbins) Miller

Tran Tuong Nhu

Toby Miller

Teddy Miller

Nathalie Miller

Gabriella Miller