Mayer Brown partner Britt Miller named a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow for 2017
12 September 2016
Mayer Brown announced that Chicago-based Litigation and Dispute Resolution partner Britt Miller has been named to the 2017 Fellows Class of Leadership Greater Chicago (LGC).
Ms. Miller was selected by LGC from a pool of more than 100 qualified applicants who were nominated by prominent companies, nonprofit organizations and government agencies throughout the Chicago metropolitan area based on their demonstrated leadership potential, academic and professional achievements and community and philanthropic involvement.
The 2017 LGC Fellows Class consists of 38 individuals who will participate in an intensive 10-month leadership development program to study challenges facing the greater Chicago area and become part of a diverse network of leaders working to make a difference.
Former LGC Fellows include Mayer Brown partners Doug Doetsch, Jon Van Gorp, and Joanna Horsnail, several Mayer Brown alumni, many current and former members of the federal and state judiciary and numerous political and business leaders, including First Lady Michelle Obama.
Ms. Miller is co-leader of the Chicago Litigation Practice and a group leader of Mayer Brown's Antitrust & Competition practice. She focuses on representing domestic and international corporations in price-fixing, market allocation, monopolization, and conspiracy cases, and has also counseled clients on general antitrust issues. She serves as a member and former 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.
Leadership Greater Chicago is a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that cultivates Chicago’s business, public and civic leaders through a deeper understanding of the issues facing our community and each other, helping them to build a better Chicago.