300 South Phillips Ave, Suite 300
Carey A. Miller, Attorney
Carey Miller has been a shareholder since 2009. She has a general business, real estate and intellectual property law practice. She works often with closely-held businesses providing a wide range of advice including business planning. She also has extensive experience in real estate working with land sales, condominium development and easements. Her intellectual property work includes copyrights, distribution and licensing relationships and trade dress.
While in undergraduate school, Carey was elected the Outstanding Senior from the School of Business in May 1998. She attended law school on the Opperman Scholarship and served as the Associate Editor of the Drake Law Review.
Carey is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of South Dakota and the Iowa State Bar Association, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota. She is currently serving on the SD State Bar Business Law committee. Carey serves on the Board of Directors of the South Eastern Development Foundation, a non-profit organization that stimulates economic development through a regional Revolving Loan Fund.
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Admitted to bar:
2003, South Dakota
University of South Dakota, B.S. Business Administration and B.A. Spanish, 1997, with highest honors
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