Ronald C. Miller is a shareholder with the law firm of Miller and Steeno, P.C. and practices law in Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee and Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Honors in 1990 and from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law with Distinction (top 10%) in 1993. He is a founding member of the Missouri Creditors Bar. For the last several years he has served on a Missouri Supreme Court subcommittee on electronic filing. In his continued commitment to creditors, he has testified before Missouri Senate committees against the reduction of post judgment interest rates, has lobbied the Missouri legislature and the US Congress. In the past 27 years of practicing law, he has tried thousands of cases. Mr. Miller has had the pleasure of arguing before the Missouri Supreme Court, Missouri Court of Appeals in both the Eastern and Western Districts and the Eight Circuit Federal Court of Appeals. Mr. Miller joins the NCBA Board of Directors again after a short hiatus due to term limits. He is presently co-chairman of the Amicus Brief Committee and serves on the Budget and Audit Committee and in prior years has served on a variety of committees including the Professional Standards Committee and the Grievance Committee. He was also the co-chairman of Spring 2018 Conference. During his tenure as chairman of the Professional Standards Committee, he spearheaded the drafting of the NCBA Continuing Legal Education requirements which were accepted by the NCBA members in a change to the bylaws. Mr. Miller also played a central role in rewriting the Grievance Committee procedures which were necessary in order to effectively adjudicate NCBA grievances.
Parent: Miller and Steeno, P.C.
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