Taft partner Adam Miller presented at the Buckeye Association of School Administrators’ (BASA) New Superintendents Seminar on “Current Trends in Public School District Hiring, Firing & Reduction in Force” on Dec. 9. BASA is a private, nonprofit organization serving school superintendents and administrators throughout Ohio. BASA's mission is to inspire and support its members, develop exemplary school system leaders and advocate for public education.
Miller focuses his practice on representing public governmental entities, including local, city and exempted village school districts, single and multi-county educational service centers, joint vocational school districts and statewide educational associations. In addition to his legal career, Miller is a former public school teacher, head coach and superintendent of schools. He assists school district leaders in a host of legal matters, including labor contract negotiations, unfair labor practice disputes, arbitrations and education sector litigation. Miller is particularly versed in the legal aspects of education grants, school finance, charter and alternate schools and their impact on traditional public school district operations.