Jaelyn Miller is an associate in the firm's Research Triangle Park office. She is a member of the Health Care and FDA practice group. Jaelyn concentrates her practice on internal investigations, government enforcement, compliance with the False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute, and other white collar defense.
As part of her practice, Jaelyn represents corporations and individuals within the health care industry and across of variety of other industries that are subject to government investigations and regulatory enforcement actions. Jaelyn also assists in internal investigations and has represented companies and individuals in civil litigation matters both in state and federal court.
Jaelyn is a member of the RTP Diversity Committee, a board member for the ACLU-NC Foundation Board, a board member for the North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review, and engages in pro bono matters at K&L Gates. Some of her pro bono work includes representing protestors that have been unlawfully arrested, representing tenants in habitability disputes, and helping individuals secure expungements.
Prior to joining the firm, Jaelyn served as a business litigation associate at a U.S. based law firm. While there she tried several consumer arbitration cases as lead counsel, including preparing opening and closing statements, examining multiple witnesses, and drafting proposed orders. She also drafted several state and federal court pleadings, including complaints, answers, interrogatories, requests for production, and motions to dismiss.
- Wake County Bar Association
- Tenth Judicial District Bar
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law
- Founder of the North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review
- President of the National Lawyers Guild
- Pro Bono Chair of the Black Law Student Association
- Vice President of the American Constitution Society
- President of the Conference on Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity
- Recipient of the Carolina Public Interest Law Organization’s Mentor of the Year award