Tony Perriello, J.D., Program Director, Associate Professor
Stephen Miller teaches evidence, criminal law, corrections, wills and trusts, civil procedure and other related topics in both the Criminal Justice and Law programs. Through his affiliation with the Vermont Department of Corrections, Steve also creates and teaches courses to inmates in Vermont's five state prison facilities. Such courses have included: Conditions of Confinement, Probation and Parole, Post-Conviction Relief, Prisoner Rights, and How to Read and Research the Law. Steve also runs an internship for Champlain College students who create curricula and teach computer legal research to Vermont inmates.
Prior to coming to Champlain College, Steve was an attorney for 15 years, specializing in complex estate planning, probate administration, and guardianship law. Steve also has a background in psychology, and for four years, he was a mobile crisis clinician for the Howard Center in Burlington, Vermont.
Steve is a former President of the Board of the Vermont Northeastern Family Institute (NFI), a mental health agency that serves Vermont youth across the State, and a past board member of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform (VCJR).