Campbell Law 45th Anniversary Alumni Spotlight: Kimberly Miller ’07

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Nominator:  Will Owens, Class of 2006

Owens is a 2006 graduate of Campbell Law School. He is a Founding Partner of Owens & Miller PLLC. He litigates claims for serious/catastrophic personal injury, auto accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents and wrongful death across the State of North Carolina. 

Nominee:  Kimberly Miller, Class of 2007 

Miller is a Founding Partner of Owens & Miller PLLC. She represents plaintiffs in the litigation of injury claims, including auto torts, commercial vehicle collisions, wrongful death and premises liability. 

Miller earned a  B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Juris Doctor from Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. 

How does your nominee embody your definition of leading with purpose?

Kimberly served as the second chair of the Campbell Law School Alumni Association Board of Directors and was the first female chair. She also led the Wake County Bar Association’s Wake County Bar Awards Committee in 2019 to raise more than $127,000 for Legal Aid in N.C. as the committee chair, the most money ever raised in the 12 year life of the event. She has an AV preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected to the N.C. Super Lawyers list every year since 2017 and was selected to the Rising Star list from 2013 until that time. Kimberly was recognized in 2018, by Campbell University as a Distinguished Alumnus. Kimberly is also a member of the Million Dollars Advocate Forum. In addition to running a law firm as one of the founding partners of the personal injury firm, Owens & Miller PLLC, trying cases in Courtrooms around the triangle, she is the mother to a 7-year-old girl and 5-year-old boy.  Kimberly leads with purpose in all that she does and is an excellent representation of a Campbell lawyer.

Want to nominate a Campbell Law Alumna/Alumnus to be featured in a 45th anniversary spotlight?

If you would like to nominate a fellow alumnus/na who is living the university’s motto “leading with purpose,” please contact Lisa Snedeker at for more information.


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