Paul Miller Appointed New Sixth District Judge

Iowa City attorney Paul Miller has been named to replace Judge David Remly as judge in the Iowa District Court for the Sixth Judicial District, which covers the counties of Johnson, Tama, Benton, Linn, Jones, and Iowa.

“It is an honor to appoint Paul Miller as an Iowa District Court Judge,” Governor Culver said. “Paul has an outstanding background of service to Iowans, and I thank him for continuing his commitment to justice through serving on the Bench.”

Mr. Miller is currently a private practice attorney in Iowa City. He attended the University of Northern Iowa, where he received his undergraduate degree, with high distinction, in 1973. In 1976, he received his law degree, with distinction, from the University of Iowa. Following law school, Miller served as an Assistant Woodbury County Attorney until 1978, then Woodbury Public Defender until 1980. In 1980, he joined the Area Prosecutions Division of the Iowa Attorney General’s Office, where he served until 1984. In 1984, he joined the Spirit Lake firm Bedell, Ladegard, Maahs & Miller. He practiced there until 1993, when he joined Larson, Miller & Evenson in Iowa City. In 1995, he formed Miller Law Firm in Iowa City, where he continues to practice.

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