Marshall Miller

Panelist, Crypto Reality: Towards Dissolution of the Illicit Use of the Ecosystem

Marshall L. Miller is the Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General of the United States. In this role, he is a member of the Department of Justice senior leadership team and is the principal counselor to the Deputy Attorney General. As PADAG, Mr. Miller works to oversee all DOJ personnel and components, which include, among others, the 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, the National Security Division, the Criminal Division, and the Department’s litigating components and law enforcement bureaus. Mr. Miller previously served as the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Chief of Staff, where he supervised over 600 federal prosecutors and oversaw many of DOJ’s most significant prosecutions. In that position, Mr. Miller oversaw, among other programs, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act program, the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, the Office of International Affairs, and the Computer Crimes & Intellectual Property Section, DOJ’s flagship unit that combats cybercrime. Mr. Miller joined DOJ’s Criminal Division from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, where he served for approximately 12 years, ultimately as Chief of the Office’s Criminal Division. Prior to his current tour at the Department, Mr. Miller was a partner at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP and served as Chair of the White Collar Crime Committee of the New York City Bar Association. He earned both his J.D. and B.A. from Yale University.