Steven Miller is a past president of the District of Columbia Chapter, where he continues to serve on its Board and as the Chapter’s National Delegate. Steve served as the Chair of the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Section, Chair of the Energy Law Committee, editor of various newsletters, including the newsletters of the D.C. Chapter, EENR Section, and a newsletter of the Sections and Divisions (Leadership Headlines). In addition to his FBA leadership positions, Steve has been involved in a variety of FBA activities, which have included the Civics and Community Outreach initiative (April 2017 talks to high school students by Judges Lamberth and Stucky and possibly a D.C. court judge as well), the extremely important SOLACE initiative (participated in 2016 Convention Training to new SOLACE chapter liaisons and point of contact with circuit vice presidents on SOLACE, and one of the FBA pioneers of SOLACE in the DC area), a monthly admissions ceremony for attorneys’ newly admitted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, tours of the U.S. Supreme Court with remarks by the Clerk, a tour of the U.S. District Court with remarks by former Chief Judge Lamberth, and encouraging law students to form student chapters and become more involved in bar activities (2016 program at American University and others to come).

Steve Miller is the D.C Circuit point of contact with the Pentagon Chapter and is working to help revitalize and support that chapter’s work through the upcoming Civics and Community Outreach program at the Court of Appeals for the Armed Services in April, Jobs for JAGS, a cyber security event, etc. Steve’s current committee responsibilities include membership on the new Community Outreach and Civics Committee as well as the SOLACE Subcommittee. In 2016, Steve served on the National Awards Committee.

In his professional work, Steve Miller has been an environmental attorney with the federal government for over 39 years, where he provides advice and counsel on remedial action, Superfund, uranium mill tailings, and other environmental matters. As part of Steve’s professional work, he also supervises student interns, including law students. Steve routinely advises the students about the benefits of bar activities and brings the students to FBA events that may be of interest. Several of these students have become active members of the FBA. Steve has received numerous awards for both his professional and FBA work, including professional community service awards, and FBA awards for the various newsletters that he edited, as well as awards for his chapter and section activities.

In addition to promoting SOLACE in the DC area community (and nationally), Steve Miller also manages an annual CPR program, and helps people with disabilities in the DC area at several theatres.

Steve is admitted in New York State, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Supreme Court. A graduate of New York University with a B.A. summa cum laude, and phi beta kappa in the Metropolitan Leadership Program and Politics (1974) and joint Juris Doctor and Masters degrees in Urban Planning from New York University's School of Law and Graduate School of Public Administration (now Wagner School of Public Service) (1977).