Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

In Memoriam: John T. Miller, Jr

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

In Memoriam: John T. Miller, Jr

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John T. Miller, Jr., passed away on June 8, 2019. A remarkable man, he served as President of the ЕВА during 1990-1991 and was a leader throughout his career in the organization, as well as in the American Bar Association and many other organizations.

John was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. He graduated from Clark University (А.В. with high honors 1944). He served with the U.S. Army in World War II (1943-1946) during which time he also attended Purdue University, North Carolina State College, and Ball State University. John participated in the invasion of Okinawa as an officer in the Corps of Engineers and was awarded the Bronze Star for exposing himself to enemy fire to rescue a wounded soldier. He also served as an Intelligence Officer, Staff, at The Engineer School in Fort Belvoir, Virginia (1948-1949).

John graduated from the law school at Georgetown University (J.D. 1948), and went on to earn a doctorate in law from the University of Geneva, Switzerland (Doctor en Droit 1951).

John initiated his solo practice in 1962, which involved complex matters before the Federal Power Commission and its successor, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He was a member of the Connecticut Bar (1949 - inactive) and the District of Columbia Bar (1950); Supreme Court of the United States (1952); United States Court of Claims; several United States Courts of Appeals (2d, 3d, 5th, 10th, 11th and DC); and is a former member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association.

John served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, where he taught courses in Trade Regulation, Corporation Problems, Antitrust Law, international Law, Energy Law Problems Seminar, and Deregulated Natural Gas and Electric Industries Seminar (1959-2009). …

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