Faculty News

  • Do Lord Remember Me: Black Church in RI
    Joe Wilson Jr., star of Trinity Rep’s “The Mountaintop,” will deliver 1842 speech by black Anglican priest credited with winning African-American voting rights in RI
  • Islam Protests
    SLATE: Goldstein on Travel Ban
    Professor Jared Goldstein, a constitutional law expert, argues that Trump’s immigration ban explicitly smears Muslims as being potentially hostile to the Constitution.
  • cybersecurity
    Cybersecurity: Obama's Conflicted Legacy
    In the wake of Edward Snowden’s disclosures, the Obama administration had to address a daunting series of challenges on surveillance, cybersecurity, and privacy.


Jay Miller

Jay Miller
Adjunct Professor of Law
Attorney at law

Jay Miller has an active mediation practice after a distinguished career that includes service as a trial judge in Texas, as in-house corporate counsel, as an assistant district attorney, and in private practice.  He has served as a Voting Rights Attorney for two presidential campaigns.