image description
Des Moines, IA

Keith C. Miller

Drake University


    Keith C. Miller is the Ellis and Nelle Levitt Distinguished Professor of Law at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Professor Miller teaches the course on Gaming Law at Drake along with courses in the area of Torts.  In addition to numerous law review articles, he is co-author of two books on gaming law. The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming (2d edition), is the leading casebook on gaming law. Sports Wagering in America: Policies, Economics, and Regulation, a comprehensive treatment of the issues informing regulated sports betting, was published in 2018.

    Professor Miller is the Vice-President of Educator Affiliates of the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL), a global gambling law network and educational organization, and Vice-Chair of the Gaming Law Committee for the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association.  Professor Miller serves on the Editorial Board for Gaming Law Review, the leading peer-reviewed gaming law journal, and is a member of the UNLV Gaming Law Journal Advisory Board.

    He has spoken on and moderated panels for the IMGL and the ABA, and has conducted symposia and lectured at law schools in France and the US, including being a Visiting Professor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Boyd School of Law.  Professor Miller also consults on gaming law cases, has been an expert witness in gaming law litigation, and is a frequent resource for media on matters involving gaming law.

    Professor Miller received his J.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the UMKC Law Review.  After practicing law in Kansas City, Missouri, Professor Miller obtained his LL.M. degree from the University of Michigan Law School before beginning his career as an academic lawyer.  Professor Miller also served as the NCAA Faculty Representative at Drake University from 1995-2000.


    Connect with a global network of over 30,000 business law professionals


    Login or Registration Required

    You need to be logged in to complete that action.