Tracy L. Miller has been an associate with Monaghan, P.C. since 2007 and after taking a family leave, from 2012-2017, rejoined the Firm in 2018. Ms. Miller is an extremely skilled, energetic and capable attorney. A 2001 cum laude graduate of the Vermont Law School, her practice concentrates on all aspects of municipal law and civil and commercial litigation. After law school, she served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the New Hampshire Superior Court, where she performed extensive research, writing and critical analysis on questions of substantive and procedural law, as well as assisting in the preparation of judicial decisions in civil, equity, juvenile and criminal matters. Prior to joining the Monaghan Firm, Ms. Miller was an associate attorney for a law firm in New Hampshire that represented over fifty municipalities throughout New Hampshire as either general or special counsel. Ms. Miller represented municipalities in all areas of municipal law including: planning and zoning regulation and enforcement; municipal contracts; property tax assessment and abatement; elections; education law; public employment practices; environmental and conservation regulation; building and construction; freedom of information issues; right to know laws; and local law enforcement.

At the Monaghan Firm, Ms. Miller has participated in condemnation cases on behalf of a number of municipalities and airport agencies. Her knowledge and skill in resolving zoning and title issues has served the Firm’s clients well in several complex real estate transactions. Ms. Miller has also assisted clients with commercial transactions and significantly contributed to the Firm’s litigation and appellate practice. Ms. Miller plays an important role in the Firm’s successful representation of our clients. Since 2018, Ms. Miller has represented the Michigan Department of Transportation in condemnation work related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge land acquisition.