Beth Bernstein Miller studied history and archaeology at the University of Michigan. After completing her undergraduate studies, Beth attended Northwestern University School of Law where she participated in various community outreach projects. In choosing a career in the law, Beth aspired to honor the legacy and special relationship she had with her grandmother, Estelle.
Estelle was one of the first women lawyers in the state of Michigan. Estelle was creative, smart, independent, witty, artsy, fun, and full of life. Estelle was a true inspiration and role model for all women.
By observing her dad, Beth witnessed and experienced the joy that comes from the practice of law. Like her father, Beth truly enjoys helping other people. She loves working with her family and having contact with her clients.
Beth’s hobbies include reading, cooking, swimming, and spending time with her family. Beth is married with twin daughters and a black standard poodle. Beth is an avid reader and has a love of anything chocolate.
Michigan Bar Association
Michigan Association for Justice
American Association for Justice
Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Michigan