Richard L. Miller II is a Partner at Miller PC in Chicago, concentrating his practice in commercial litigation, labor law, and class actions. Mr. Miller is an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, where he has served as an instructor for Trial Advocacy since 2005 and Advanced Trial Advocacy since 2013. He has been an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association since 2008, FINRA since 2018, and the Cook County Mandatory Arbitration Program from 2003 – 2005. Mr. Miller prosecuted approximately 50 jury trials as an assistant state’s attorney, including two murder cases. He has spoken at IICLE® events addressing “Trial Advocacy for Civil Litigations” (2019) and “Laying Foundations for Introducing Evidence” (2018). He also served on the faculty for IICLE®’s Trial Advocacy series, speaking on Motions, Negotiating Settlements, and Cross Examinations. He has been repeatedly recognized as a Leading Lawyer, Super Lawyer, and Rising Star. Mr. Miller was named one of the 40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty To Watch by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company, publishers of Chicago Lawyer and Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. He is a past President of the Law Alumni Board for the University of Illinois College of Law. Mr. Miller attended the University of Illinois College of Law on a full, merit scholarship and graduated cum laude in 1997. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Illinois College of Business in 1992.