Erin Miller's current research focuses on theoretical justifications for the First Amendment's free speech guarantee. She is particularly interested in tensions between speakers' and listeners' interests in speech.
Erin also writes on the relationship between moral responsibility and criminal law/procedure, and she has worked with the Connecticut Sentencing Commission to recommend reforms to the state's penal code.
Erin holds a BA in philosophy and political science from Yale University, a JD from Yale Law School, and a PhD in politics (political theory) from Princeton University. She served as a law clerk for Chief Judge Sidney Thomas of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.