HARLEIGH S. MILLER
WORKERS' COMPENSATION DEFENSE
Harleigh graduated from the College of Charleston in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She graduated cum laude from the Charleston School of Law in 2022.
While in law school, Harleigh was a member of the trial advocacy and moot court boards and served as Director of the Tri-County Expungement Project. She served as a brief writer for the ABA Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition (NAAC), where her team advanced to the top 8 teams of the final round at the “Brooklyn Regional.” The following year, she competed as an oralist in the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Competition. Harleigh also served as Charleston Law Review’s Associate Editor in Chief, and her article on the Prison Litigation Reform Act was published in the law review’s Student Works Issue, Vol. XVI.
During law school, Harleigh had the opportunity to earn over 300 pro bono hours due to her work with the Expungement Project. As a result of this work, she was awarded the Charleston School of Law Pro Bono Populi Service Award in 2021 for her service and commitment to the Charleston School of Law. Harleigh was born and raised in upstate South Carolina, but the low country has been her home since 2013.