J. Bruce Miller pursues excellence in everything he does.
He graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. and J.D. receiving cum laude honors. In 1965, Miller founded the J. Bruce Miller Law Group which specializes in corporate litigation. He has also served four terms as Jefferson County attorney with responsibility to represent the local government in all civil matters.
Miller is also known for his attempts to attract a professional basketball franchise to Louisville.
Miller wrote the 2004 book “Airball: The Complete and Unvarnished Account of Louisville’s 30-Year Odyssey to Acquire an NBA Franchise.” His own involvement dates back to the 1970s, when Louisville was home to the Kentucky Colonels, an American Basketball Association team. The team dissolved in 1976 when the ABA merged with the NBA.
Miller is still active in groups hoping to bring the NBA to Louisville, and he is senior attorney of the J. Bruce Miller Law Group.