Evan Miller

Evan Miller


Evan’s background in public interest and social justice law and his advocacy experience inform his civil litigation practice.

Before joining McManis Faulkner, Evan worked with the California Appellate Project in the representation of indigent persons facing the death penalty, including preparing briefs to be filed in the California Supreme Court.

In addition, Evan interned for Congressman Mike Honda, handling constituent matters and conducting immigration casework.  

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  • Credentials


    • State Bar of California


    • J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law (2019), Certificate in Public Interest and Social Justice Law
    • B.A., San Jose State University (2016)
  • Experience
    • Summer Legal Intern, California Appellate Project
    • Certified Law Student, Alexander Community Law Center
    • Intern, Office of Congressman Mike Honda
  • Awards & Honors
    • Witkin Award for Professional Responsibility, Santa Clara University School of Law
    • First Place, San Jose State University Debate Tournament
  • Professional & Community Contributions

    Evan helped lead the advocacy efforts in 2020 to have the California Supreme Court retroactively apply the new bar exam cut score. He authored a petition, gathered signatures, raised awareness in the media, and helped coordinate advocacy for California Assembly Bill H.R. 103.  His advocacy successfully resulted in the California Supreme Court’s granting retroactive application of the new score in January 2021, which allowed thousands of people to become attorneys.  He is a Next Generation Leader (NGL) of the American Constitution Society (ACS), a society dedicated to advancing and defending democracy, to securing a government that serves the public interest, and to guarding against the abuse of law and the concentration of power.