Mark Miller

Mark Miller

Senior Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation

Mark Miller is a PLF Senior Attorney and manages PLF’s Florida office in Palm Beach Gardens. Mark’s work on behalf of property rights, the First Amendment, and our other constitutional rights has been featured by CBS This Morning, Fox & Friends, and The View, and covered in the pages of The Wall Street Journal and on the airwaves of National Public Radio (NPR).

An expert in appellate practice, Thomson Reuters lists Mark as a Florida SuperLawyer, Florida Trend Magazine has described him as a member of Florida’s Legal Elite, and Martindale-Hubbell awarded him its AV-Preeminent rating, its highest rating. He recently joined the Board of Directors for Americans United for Life, and The Florida Bar appointed him to the Board of Directors for Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc. Mark is both a James Madison Institute senior fellow and a Federalist Society expert and approved speaker. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Martin County Legal Aid Society and Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal Historical Society, and he is a past president of the Martin County Bar Association. In 2018, Florida Governor Rick Scott appointed him to serve a four-year term as a member of Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission.

Mark learned to fight for justice from his two grandfathers: one fought under General George S. Patton in World War II, and the other graduated from NYU Law in the early 1920s. Both men taught Mark to believe in the greatness of our country but also to keep its government honest; that is what he has done throughout his career and does now as a member of the PLF team.

He attended college and law school at the University of Florida, earning both diplomas with Honors. He elbow clerked for U.S. District Judge Henry Lee Adams, Jr., of the Middle District of Florida and Emerson R. Thompson, Jr., of Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal. Mark has represented clients before local zoning boards and through every court level up to and including the Supreme Court of the United States. He served as co-counsel and second chair before the High Court in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., one of our recent wins before the Court.

A Shy Frog, the Administrative State, and Judicial Review of Agency Decision-Making: A Preview of Weyerhaeuser v. United States Fish & Wildlife Service

A Shy Frog, the Administrative State, and Judicial Review of Agency Decision-Making: A Preview of Weyerhaeuser v. United States Fish & Wildlife Service

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

 Note from the Editor:  This article previews one of the first cases of the Supreme...