Cameron Miller focuses his practice on patent litigation in the life sciences and the energy and chemicals industries.
With a technical background in chemical engineering and a focus in bioprocessing engineering, Cameron has worked closely with a variety of processes, reactors, and bioseparations and bioprocesses. Outside of patent work, his legal experience includes conducting research into consumer protection and antitrust as an extern for assistant attorneys general at the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
As a law student, Cameron served as the managing editor of Washington University School of Law’s Journal of Law & Policy. He also enjoyed meeting with prospective students as an admissions ambassador for Washington University School of Law.
In his free time, Cameron enjoys staying active through running or getting out onto the ice for figure skating and hockey.