Frederick H. Miller

  • Professor Emeritus

Education

A.B., University of Michigan, 1959

J.D., University of Michigan, 1962

About

Frederick H. Miller joined the OU faculty in 1966. He taught courses on commercial law, consumer law, contracts, and real estate finance transactions.

Admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1962, he began his law career as an associate with Dunbar, Kienzle & Murphey of Columbus, Ohio.

Professor Miller was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar in 1968. He has been of counsel to several Oklahoma law firms. Miller belongs to the Order of the Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, the American Law Institute, the Oklahoma Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Professor Miller is a Commissioner from Oklahoma to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), and formerly was its Executive Director and chair of its Executive Committee. Professor Miller also served as a past President of the NCCUSL, as chair of the Permanent Editorial Board for Uniform Commercial Code, as chair of the ABA's Business Law Section Uniform Commercial Code Committee, as a member of the Council of that Section, and as a member of the Section's Publications Board.

Miller has authored or coauthored of over 100 articles and books or book chapters, including the West Hornbook, Modern Payment Systems and Notes, the material on UCC Articles 1 (general rules), 2A (leases), 5 (letters of credit), and 9 (secured leases) in the Hawkland Uniform Commercial Code series, and the West Nutshell on Sales and Leases of Goods. 

Additional Information

Professional Associations

Order of the Coif

Phi Beta Kappa

The American Law Institute

Member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the American Bar Association

Commissioner from Oklahoma to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL)

Updated 07/12/2017 by OU Law: lawcommunications@ou.edu

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