Professor Miller teaches insurance law at the University of Baltimore School of Law during the spring sessions.
This class focuses on insurance law and both its broad applications and the specifics on Maryland insurance law and Maryland's regulatory framework for managing and monitoring insurance companies. Ultimately, an insurance policy allows specific insured parties to shift financial exposure for specified risks over to the insurance company. In return, the insurance company receives a premium for accepting the risks specified by the policy. This class takes a deep dive into the common and not so common issues that arise in insurance law.