Eric Miller is an Articling Student at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law.
Eric recently completed his second year at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with Distinction from the University of Guelph and graduated on the Dean’s List.
Throughout his undergraduate years, Eric worked as a Writing Services Advisor at the University of Guelph’s McLaughlin Library. As a law student, he leads an on-campus initiative dedicated to enhancing first-year students’ legal writing skills, and is a Senior Editor for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. Prior to joining RKTL as a summer student, Eric worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Ocheje at the University of Windsor, where he assisted in structuring an upper-year course on International Commercial Arbitration.
Eric volunteers for the CRA’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, and will be competing for Windsor Law at the Bowman National Tax Moot in 2020.
Eric comes from a small-business background and understands the importance of helping clients to get the results they need. Beyond work, he enjoys swimming, playing guitar, and spending time with family and friends.