About Chris M. Miller
Chris brings a unique element to professional paralegalism through his diverse background. He worked for over 10 years in radio, both on air and in advertising. He then accepted a position at a company with a global footprint focused on sales and marketing of licensed goods. Here, Chris worked daily in the world of intellectual property law with an emphasis in trademarks and copyrights.
Chris received his Bachelors Degree in Business Management from Tiffin University graduating with a 4.0 GPA. He chose the ABA Certified Paralegal Studies program at Columbus State Community College to prepare him for his current career, completing his studies with high honors and a perfect grade point average. Licensed to sell real estate in 1998, he has focused this interest on the growing foreclosure market. Chris understands the intricacies of foreclosure law on both sides of this growing epidemic, working on behalf of mortgage lenders and now in foreclosure defense.
Chris serves the Franklin County Juvenile Court as a volunteer Guardian ad Litem for CASA of Franklin County. CASA advocates for the needs of neglected and abused children. He is a former board member of the Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC). In his spare time, you will see Chris sitting ringside at boxing and MMA events across Ohio, serving the Ohio Athletic Commission as Chief Inspector applying laws of the Ohio Revised Code. He is also proud to be an umpire for the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) working baseball and fast pitch softball. He is a member of the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio (PACO), National Association of Legal Assistants and Paralegals (NALA), Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), Columbus Bar Association (CBA), and Phi Theta Kappa.