Geoffrey P. Miller is the Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law and Director of the Center for the Study of Central Banks and Financial Institutions at New York University. He received his J.D. from Columbia University Law School.
Professor Miller has been Kirkland & Ellis Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School; Associate Dean and Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School; Robert B. and Candace J. Haas Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Max Schmidheiny Guest Professor, University of St. Gallen; Fresco Endowed Professor of Law, University of Genoa; Visiting Scholar, University of Minnesota Law School; Visiting Lecturer, University of Bolzano; Commerzbank Visiting Professor, Institute for Law & Finance, University of Frankfurt; Visiting Professor, Columbia Law School; Visiting Professor, University of Sydney; Zaeslin Visiting Professor, University of Basel; Visiting Scholar, Center for Economic Research, Tilburg, Holland; John M. Olin Visiting Scholar, Cornell University Law School; Visiting Scholar, Bank of Japan; Visiting Scholar, Universidad Tocurata de Tella, Buenos Aires; Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; Simpson Grierson Butler White Visiting Professor, University of Aukland; and Associate, Ennis, Friedman, Bersoff & Ewing.
His books include The Economics of Ancient Law; Banking Law and Regulation (with Richard Scott Carnell and Jonathan R. Macey); Banking Law and Regulation: Statutory and Case Supplement (with Richard Scott Carnell and Jonathan Macey); Bank Mergers and Acquisitions (edited with Yakov Amihud); and Costly Policies: State Regulation and Antitrust Exemption in Insurance Markets (with Jonathan R. Macey).