Mr. Miller practices in the areas of public finance, planning and development, and construction law.  His broad experience includes a focus on infrastructure financing mechanisms such as Transportation Improvement Zones, Tax Increment Financing, and Public Improvement Districts, as well as experience in construction, general procurement, and alternative project delivery methods such as Design-Build Projects and Developer Participation Agreements. Gregory’s prior government experience includes time as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Austin’s Municipal Operations Division, Right of Way Attorney and Associate General Counsel at the Texas Department of Transportation, and Assistant Attorney General of Texas.

Former Assistant City Attorney, Municipal Operations Division, City of Austin (2013-2016)

Former Associate General Counsel & Right of Way Attorney, Texas Department of Transportation (2011-2013)

Former Assistant City Attorney, City of Austin (2008-2011)

Former Assistant Attorney General, Transportation Division, Office of the Attorney General of Texas    (2006-2008)

National Association of Bond Lawyers – Member

“Bond Elections: Recent Legislative Changes,” Co-author (with Claudia Russell), Texas County Progress magazine, August 2020

Rural Development – Groundwater Issues and Agricultural Districts, Panelist, Advanced Real Estate Strategies, TexasBarCLE 13th Annual Course, December 2019

2019 Public Finance Handbook for Texas Counties, Co-author (with David Méndez), Published by the Texas Association of Counties (TAC)

Municipal Green Bond Financing, International Municipal Lawyers Association 84th Annual Conference, September 2019

Green Bonds and Local Infrastructure Projects, Thomson Reuters Practical Law, State & Local Practice Notes, July 2019

Alexa, Please State Your Name for the Record, Presenter (with Kelli Fuqua), TCAA Summer Conference, June 2019

Financing Analysis and Requirements for Economic Development Projects, UT CLE Land Use Conference, April 2019

Green Bonds, Bond Buyer’s Texas Public Finance Conference, February 2019

Using Green Bonds to Finance Your Next Water Infrastructure Project, Confluence magazine, Fall/Winter 2018 Issue