Russell A. Miller joined the Washington and Lee law faculty in 2008. His teaching and scholarly research focuses on comparative law theory and methods, comparative constitutional law, German law and legal culture, and public international law. Previously, he taught at the University of Idaho College of Law and has been a guest professor in Germany.
Professor Miller is the author/editor of a number of books in the fields of comparative law and international law, including: Comparative Law as Transnational Law (with Peer Zumbansen – Oxford University Press 2011); US National Security, Intelligence and Democracy (Routledge 2008); Progress in International Law (with Rebecca Bratspies – Martinus Nijhoff Press 2008); II Annual of German & European Law (with Peer Zumbansen – Berghahn Books 2007); Transboundary Harm In International Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration (with Rebecca Bratspies – Cambridge University Press 2006) and I Annual of German & European Law (with Peer Zumbansen – Berghahn Books 2005). He has published articles and commentary in the American Journal of International Law, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Indiana Law Journal, Journal of National Security Law, Journal of Comparative Law, and Washington & Lee Law Review.
Professor Miller expects the publication of two major works in 2012: The Constitutional Jurisprudence of the Federal Republic of Germany (with Donald Kommers – Duke University Press) and Global Legal Traditions: Comparative Law for the 21st Century (with Abdullahi An-Na’im, Michael Bazyler and Peter Yu – LexisNexis Publishing).
Made possible by the support of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the German Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt - AA)