Jacoby & Meyers National Announces Appointment of Gabriel Miller as Managing Attorney and General Counsel

Jacoby & Meyers National has announced the appointment of Gabriel Miller as Managing Attorney and General Counsel. Miller will be involved in further developing Jacoby & Meyers’ growth as the one of the most innovative law firms in the country.  He will also be focused on overseeing all legal affairs for the national law firm, as well as being responsible for ethical and regulatory compliance. 

Miller has more than 25 years of experience as a General Counsel and litigator, encompassing a broad range of industries and types of companies.  He has worked in industries ranging from financial services to high tech to media/marketing and professional services, for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 50 subsidiaries.  He most recently worked as General Counsel for Sokolove Law, where he served as its first General Counsel, and helped develop Sokolove Law into a national firm with offices across the U.S.  Miller received his undergraduate degree from the Honors Program at the University of Connecticut in Business Administration in 1984 and his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1988.

Miller said, “Jacoby & Meyers has a tremendous history and an even greater future, and I look forward to helping offer consumers the affordable, accessible and quality legal services they want and deserve.   I am also excited about offering lawyers a better way to serve their clients.  J & M has a well-respected tradition of innovation in the legal industry, and I’m enthusiastic about helping develop new ways of making our services even easier, more convenient and more affordable to use – for the benefit of both consumers and the lawyers that serve them.”

Keith Givens, one of the national managing partners of Jacoby & Meyers said, “I’m excited to have Gabe leading Jacoby & Meyers at such an important time, as the firm seeks to expand its services, not just in the United States, but also around the world.”