Brett Miller is an energy and environmental attorney. He has diverse experience identifying and assessing environmental risks and liabilities, managing transactional due diligence, negotiating with regulatory agencies, litigating complex commercial disputes, securing permits related to project development, and drafting and negotiating contractual provisions. Brett’s science background as a freshwater ecologist gives him unique insight into managing technical experts and data analysis.
Brett has experience representing clients in various industries such as private equity, electric and water utilities, real estate and development, oil and gas, waste management, agricultural and ranching operations, and manufacturing.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, he was an asset manager for the private equity firm Water Asset Management, where he developed monetization strategies and sourced acquisitions for the firm's portfolio of surface and groundwater resources in Texas. He also clerked with leading global private investment firm TPG Capital.
He authors articles on groundwater contamination and is a regular speaker on the intersection of energy and water law.
Brett earned his law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law, where he was an articles editor on the Texas A&M Law Review. He earned his master's degree at the Louisiana State University School of Renewable Natural Resources and his bachelor's degree from Rhodes College, where he played baseball.
*Brett is licensed to practice law only in Texas. He is not licensed in North Carolina.