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Jeffrey Miller is an assistant professor in the Department of Business, where he teaches courses on business law, global business, and disability rights law. He holds a PhD in Law from the European University Institute, a J.D. from American University Washington College of Law, and an M. Phil. in European Politics and Society from the University of Oxford. Previously, he practiced law in the United States, where he mainly represented clients in cases involving the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
•“Peering inside the Preliminary Reference Black Box: Coleman v. Attridge Law”, 6 EuropeanPapers 3 (2021).
• “When Workplace Anti-Discrimination Law Collides with Freedom of Expression: A Delicate Balancing Act,” 6 International Labor Rights Case Law 3 (November 2020).
• “The Failure to Grapple with Racial Capitalism in European Constitutionalism,” with Fernanda Nicola, iCourts Working Paper Series, No. 201, 2020.
• “In a tight spot, the Court of Justice delivers a lopsided judgment: NH v Associazione Avvocatura per i diritti LGBTI — Rete Lenford”, EU Law Live, 27 April 2020.
• “Explaining Paradigm Shifts in Danish Anti-discrimination Law”, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law (August 2019).
• “The European Disability Rights Revolution”, 44 European Law Review 1 (February 2019).• “Collective Actors and EU Anti-Discrimination Law in Denmark”, with Angelina Atanasova in Elise Muir et al. How EU law shapes opportunities for preliminary references on fundamental rights: discrimination, data protection and asylum, EUI Law Working Paper, 2017/17.
•“Court-Appointed Interpreters: A Practical Guide to Protecting the Rights of Non-English Speaking Criminal Defendants”, The Criminal Law Practitioner (Fall 2014).
Recent Professional Presentations
• COVID-19 and the U.S. Constitution, How Can Constitutions Deal with COVID-19? University of Tsukuba, Japan, 29 September 2020.
• The Contested Utopia of U.S. Constitutionalism and the Lost Ideology of Racial Capitalism (with Fernanda Nicola), Conference on EU Constitutional Imagination: Between Ideology and Utopia, iCourts, University of Copenhagen, 22 May 2019.
• The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Game Changer or Toothless Tiger? European Anti-Discrimination Law Working Group, European University Institute, Florence, 3 December 2018.
• Disability Rights in Denmark: How Preliminary References from Danish Courts to the CJEU Redefined the Field, Danish Employment Lawyers’ Association (AnsættelsesAdvokater), Hindsgavl Slot, Middelfart, Denmark, 9 November 2018.Hindsgavl Slot, Middelfart, Denmark, 9 November 2018.
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