Madeline E. Miller is Senior Counsel with Sloan Sakai Yeung & Wong LLP. Ms. Miller’s practice involves representation of public agencies, in both civil litigation and transactions. Ms. Miller defends clients in employment litigation and represents clients in matters involving the California Environmental Quality Act, real property transactions, contracts and local agency formation commissions.
Ms. Miller represents clients in administrative hearings and she participates in litigation at both the trial court and appeals court levels.
Before her current practice with the firm, Ms. Miller was an Associate Attorney at Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard, where she practiced in the area of Water Law. In that position, she assisted in litigation and regulatory compliance involving water districts, water agencies, and municipalities. She participated in administrative proceedings before the State Water Resources Control Board. During law school, Ms. Miller was a law clerk at the firm of Ellison, Schneider & Harris, where she assisted the firm in its representation of clients in California Environmental Quality Act litigation.
Ms. Miller was appointed for two terms as a member of the Placer County Fairgrounds Revitalization Committee, and she remains a member. She was appointed by the Placer County Board of Supervisors to the Committee, which was formed to provide advice to Placer County on ongoing and future operations of its Fairgrounds. Ms. Miller also serves on the Board of Directors for Roseville Community Preschool, a non-profit organization.
Since 2016, Ms. Miller has provided pro bono services as General Counsel to the Board of Directors for Roseville Community Preschool, a non-profit organization devoted to play-based early childhood education and advocacy for play. Ms. Miller also served her community through her appointment by the Placer County Board of Supervisors to its Fairgrounds Revitalization Committee. Ms. Miller served on the Committee from its inception in 2014 until its successful conclusion in 2019. The Committee was formed to provide advice to Placer County on ongoing and future operations of its Fairgrounds.