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Royston’s Miller named as Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine

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March 24, 2011
Corpus

Brian Miller has been named as a 2011 Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine. Miller, 37, is of counsel to the Corpus Christi, Texas, office of Royston Rayzor Vickery & Williams L.L.P.

Miller is the third Royston Rayzor lawyer to be named a Rising Star. Super Lawyers named Eric Barrera of the firm’s Corpus Christi office as a Rising Star in 2007 and Rachel de Cordova of the firm’s Houston office as a Rising Star in 2010.

Royston Rayzor is a 51-lawyer firm with offices in five Texas cities. Royston Rayzor is one of only 18 firms to receive a “National Tier 1” ranking in admiralty and maritime law from U.S. News and World Report. The firm’s Corpus Christi office also received local “Tier 1”rankings from U.S. News in admiralty and maritime law and personal injury defense.

Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars editions honor lawyers who are 40 years old or younger or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. The Texas Rising Stars edition will be published as a supplement to the April issue of Texas Monthly magazine and as a standalone publication.

Super Lawyers’ research staff selected the Texas Rising Stars based on lawyer nominations, general public nominations, and 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. No more than 2.5 percent of Texas lawyers are named to the Rising Stars edition.

Miller’s practice focuses on civil appellate law. He is board-certified in that area by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. His practice also includes the defense of civil lawsuits.

Miller is a member of the American Bar Association’s legislative and policy-setting body, the House of Delegates. He serves as a member of the House of Delegates’ Committee on Issues of Concern to the Profession. Miller is also a vice-chair of the Appellate Advocacy Committee of the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section and a member of the ABA Judicial Division’s Council of Appellate Lawyers.

Miller is a graduate of Rice University and the University of Texas School of Law.

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