Juliette K. Miller

Associate

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  • JD, Columbia University School of Law, 2017; James Kent Scholar
  • BA (Political Science), summa cum laude, with Honors, Boston University, 2012; Boston University College Prize for Excellence

Qualifications

  • Massachusetts, 2020
  • New York, 2018

Juliette K. Miller

Associate

Juliette Miller is an associate in Ropes & Gray’s litigation and enforcement practice group, where she represents clients in an array of government enforcement matters and complex commercial disputes. Juliette’s practice includes governmental and internal investigations, white-collar criminal defense, and civil litigation. Juliette works with a diverse group of clients, including private equity firms, health care companies, public companies, and investment management firms.  

Juliette maintains an active pro bono practice, representing organizations and individuals in cases focusing on immigration, LGBTQ+ rights, and domestic violence issues.

During law school, Juliette was a staff member of the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law and a member of the Adolescent Representation Clinic, where she assisted adolescents with issues arising from aging out of foster care. She also served as a student editor for the Columbia Law School moot court program.

Experience

  • Representing a variety of clients—including large financial institutions, investment advisers, private equity firms, and individuals—in connection with investigations and enforcement actions brought by the SEC and DOJ.
  • Advising clients in connection with internal investigations relating to an array of issues, including whistleblower allegations.
  • Representing a global company in connection with an anti-corruption and sanctions focused risk assessment.
  • Representing health care companies in DOJ investigations into allegations of potential False Claims Act violations.
  • Representing a major South American airline in an internal investigation of potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. 
  • Assisting private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies to identify, assess, and mitigate corruption, sanctions, and money-laundering risks related to various transactions and investments.
  • Representing several mutual fund investment advisers against claims of excessive fees under Section 36(b) of the Investment Company Act of 1940.

Pro Bono

  • Represents LGBTQ+ clients in asylum proceedings.
  • Represents domestic violence survivor in U Non-Immigrant Status proceedings.
 

 

  • JD, Columbia University School of Law, 2017; James Kent Scholar
  • BA (Political Science), summa cum laude, with Honors, Boston University, 2012; Boston University College Prize for Excellence
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