Tom Miller, Attorney General, is coming to the Culver Center on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 4:30pm.
Miller will be visiting with The Culver Fellows and students about his role as Attorney General as well as public service as a career, followed by a Q&A session. This gathering is informal and all are welcome to join!
Miller has long ties to the Culver family and their legacy. He was a legislative assistant to U.S. Representative John C. Culver after he finished law school and accomplished civic engagement work as a VISTA (Volunteers In Service to America) volunteer.
He then went on to teach at the Maryland School of Law and practiced law as a city attorney before he ran for Attorney General in 1974.
Except from 1991-1994 when Miller was in a private practice, he has served Iowa ever since his 1978 election.
Miller has established himself as a credible and knowledgable attorney that works for justice. He has made notable achievements, such as serving as president of the National Association of Attorney Generals (NAAG) and fights to prevent crime in Iowa.
Miller is an accomplished man. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to speak with him!