Professor Milliron has been the program director at Ave Maria School of Law for three years and has been with the law school for eight years. She has been teaching law students for over fourteen years. Courses taught are primarily in skill building such as Research, Writing and Advocacy, Pretrial litigation, Client Representation and Negotiation. Prior to moving into teaching, Professor Milliron spent several years practicing both criminal and civil law. Her area of practice included both state and federal appellate advocacy, governmental immunity, employment discrimination, personal injury, and medical malpractice. For a good portion of her practice, Professor Milliron defended EMS and First Responder entities and personnel. She also worked with the Michigan Court of Appeals. She has argued before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Professor Milliron was also a legal writing instructor at Wayne State University and the Michigan State University College of Law before joining Ave Maria School of Law.
Speaker at 2014 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at University of Detroit Mercy Law School, “Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Teaching the current law student by simplifying concepts and through the integration of legal writing with doctrine.”
Speaker at North Naples Rotary Club 2013.
Speaker at 2013 Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop at Nova Southeastern School of Law.
Panel Speaker, 2012 LexisNexis LRW Summit.
Speaker at 2011 Southeastern Legal Writing Conference, “Bridging the gap between doctrinal learning and skills training.”
Speaker/Panelist at LexisNexis 2010 Annual Meeting.