Taft partner and Army Reserve JAG Officer Adam C. Miller has been selected as Deputy Commander for the 6th Legal Operations Detachment of the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command. His tour started May 15, 2013. The 6th LOD provides trained Judge Advocates in support of U.S. Army operations worldwide. The LOD also has responsibility for Rule of Law and Soldier’s Medical Evaluation/Physical Evaluation Board missions.
A JAG Officer since 1996, Lieutenant Colonel Miller focuses his legal 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.
He serves as vice chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Military and Veterans' Affairs Committee and served with the 10th Mountain Division during his deployment to Afghanistan in 2004. He is also an honor graduate of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center School, Civil Affairs Officer Advanced Course.
In addition to managing a growing legal career over the last 18 years, Miller is a former public school teacher, head coach, superintendent of schools and current school board member. He resides in Grandview Heights, Ohio.