Arthur R. Miller

Arthur R. Miller

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Arthur Raphael Miller is a leading scholar in the field of American civil procedure. He is now a University Professor at New York University, generally considered academe’s highest rank. Before that he was the Bruce Bromley Professor of Law at Harvard Law School (1971-2007), after being on the faculties of the University of Michigan and the University of Minnesota. He is coauthor with the late Charles Alan Wright of Federal Practice and Procedure, the legendary treatise in the field. This multi-volume series is an essential reference for judges and lawyers. Miller is also one of the nation's most distinguished legal scholars in the areas of civil litigation, copyright and unfair competition, and privacy, having written more than 40 books and many articles, including The Assault on Privacy: Computers, Data Banks, and Dossiers (University of Michigan Press, 1971), the first book warning of the threat to privacy posed by modern information technology; Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials (with J.H. Friedenthal, J. Sexton, and H. Hershkoff; 1967-2008 (ten editions)); Federal Practice and Procedure (with C.A. Wright, some with E.H. Cooper, M.K. Kane, and R. Marcus; 1968-2008, West Publishing Co. (more than thirty-five volumes)); Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks and Copyright in a Nutshell (with M.H. Davis, 1998-2011, West Publishing Co. (four editions)), among many others. In 1999 Professor Miller made videotapes lectures for Concord Law School, an online law school,...
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