We are pleased to announce that Marci Lerner Miller and Christina Harvell Brown have joined Potomac Law in our Litigation and Government Investigations, Privacy and Cybersecurity, and Education Practices.
Ms. Miller is a Partner based in Los Angeles focusing on matters involving data privacy, standardized testing, civil rights, disability rights, and accessibility. Ms. Miller counsels students, families, and educational institutions in matters involving children’s privacyrights, protection of educational records, FERPA, COPPA, SOPIPA, and CCPA. She has extensive experience litigating matters involving all aspects of the standardized testing process, including disability and English language accommodations requests and appeals, score cancellations, and data privacy issues. Most recently, Ms. Miller notable representations include plaintiffs in Kawika Smith, et al. v. Regents of the University of California, Bloom, et al. v. ACT, Inc., and The National Center for Fair & Open Testing (“FairTest”), et al. v. Educational Testing Services.
Ms. Miller received her J.D. from New York University. Prior to joining Potomac Law, Ms. Miller was at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP before founding Miller Advocacy Group PC, a boutique education law and advocacy firm.
Ms. Brown joins as Counsel based in Los Angeles representing a broad range of clients in connection with matters involving education and disability rights law. Ms. Brown’s breadthof work includes advocacy for students with disabilities and Native American students in all areas of education, housing and standardized testing, and representation of students in academic integrity matters, disability discrimination claims, and contractual disputes. Ms. Brown’s experience also encompasses litigation involving consumer arbitration clause enforcement in the educational context, as well as applications and appeals for student testing accommodations (ACT, College Board, MCAT, LSAT).
Ms. Brown received her J.D. from Harvard Law School. Prior to joining Potomac Law, Ms. Brown was at Miller Advocacy Group PC and Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP.