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ABOUT Rachel Marie Miller

Rachel M. Miller has proudly practiced law with The Miller Law Firm for 20 years with the primary and unique role of Senior Partner with a focus on client connection and providing immediate contact and communication to current and prospective clients, board members, and community association managers. Rachel has held many distinct positions in the Community Association Industry: board member of several chapters of Community Associations Institute (CAI), the elite President’s Club, CACM’s Legal Advisory Committee, ECHO’s legal resource panel, and Board of Director of Consumer Attorneys of California. Most recently, The Miller Law Firm was awarded the National Litigator Award by the Trial Lawyers Board of Regents for two consecutive years. This award is the most well respected performance measuring symbol of litigation achievement in the nation, honoring only the top 1% of attorneys, and based strictly on tangible verdict & settlement dollar achievement.


Rachel is co-author of the only consumer handbook on the subject, “Home and Condo Defects: A Consumer Guide to Faulty Construction”, (2001 & 2012). She is also the co-author of “Handling Construction Defect Claims: Western States” (4th Edition), the nation’s only legal textbook on the subject. Additionally, Rachel is editor and moderator of various university extension courses and regularly speaks on legislation, disaster response developer transitions, and mold as it relates to construction defect claims.


-New York Times

-Wall Street Journal

-Washington Post

-San Francisco Daily Journal

-Los Angeles Times

-Orange County Register

-San Jose Mercury News

-The Arizona Republic


-National Litigator Award, Trial Lawyers

-Board of Regents, LLC (2014 & 2015)

-CAOC Presidential Award of Merit

-CACM Vision Award, Excellence in Education

-CAI President’s Award, Board Member of the Year

-Guest Editor, CACM Law Journal

-CACM Law Seminar Series

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