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Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, announced that Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Britt Miller has been named to National Law Journal’s “40 Under 40 Chicago Rising Stars” list, which highlights “40 up and coming lawyers in the Chicago area who will play a major role in the nation’s legal community,” the publication said. View the article.

Ms. Miller was recognized for her involvement in several high profile antitrust litigation and complex commercial litigation matters, including her current role as one of the lead counsel defending Temple-Inland Inc., a business of International Paper, in a case involving allegations that manufacturers of corrugated products conspired to fix prices. Megan Bula, chief counsel for antitrust litigation for International Paper Co., said of Ms. Miller, “She is probably one of the most organized and responsive outside lawyers that I have worked with. She has a phenomenal ability to master the facts of what she's working on and retain information in a way that others are not able to do.”

Ms. Miller was also noted for her ability to foster important client relationships and for her commitment to bettering her community. She serves as president of the Lyric Opera of Chicago Guild Board; is a sponsor and mentor with LINK Unlimited, a college prep mentorship program; is a member of the Rush University Medical Center Associates Board; and is on the board of the Chicago Botanic Gardens Guild.