Ross Miller is an experienced litigator with a deep understanding of issues affecting business. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Miller became the youngest Secretary of State in America and the youngest in Nevada history when he was elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2010. As Secretary of State, Mr. Miller oversaw a wide array of divisions including Commercial Recordings, Securities, Elections, Nevada Business Portal, and Notaries Public. He has also served on numerous State of Nevada Boards including the Board of Prison Commissioners, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the State Board of Examiners and the State Audit Committee.
Mr. Miller previously served as Deputy District Attorney in Clark County where he prosecuted thousands of cases, and tried and convicted criminals for offenses including murder, sexual assault, armed robbery, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and child molestation.
His leadership was recognized when Mr. Miller was unanimously selected by his peers to serve as President of the National Association of Secretaries of State from 2012-2013. He was also designated a “Top 10 Rising Political Star” by the Washington Post, was selected as one of “24 Rising Stars in American Governance” by the Aspen Institute, and was awarded the Rodel Fellowship in Public Leadership.
Ross holds dual post-grad degrees: a law degree and a MBA, from Loyola Marymount University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University.
In additions to serving as a partner in Gentile, Cristalli, Miller, Armeni, Savarese, Mr. Miller also currently serves as vice president and general counsel for Fine Entertainment Management, the parent company of a portfolio of business interests that includes restaurants and bars, home and business security systems, marketing and advertising, and software development.
Born in Las Vegas and raised in Carson City, Ross is the son of former Nevada Governor Bob Miller and First Lady Sandy Miller. Ross met his wife Lesley when they were both law students at Loyola Marymount. Ross and Lesley have two daughters, Cameron, 8, Geneva, 6, and son Reece, 4.
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- Former member, Nevada State Board of Prison Commissioners
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