Shiloh Miller is an intern at Andersen Law PC. In her role, she supports the staff as needed through legal research, clerical and organizational work and other tasks as well as writing blogs for the firm’s website.
Shiloh is a junior at Rice University in Houston, Texas, earning a bachelor of arts degree in political science and social policy analysis with a certificate in Spanish. In 2020, she served as an appellate intern at the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office. In addition to her work with ALPC this summer, she is interning with the Texas Policy Lab working on health policy.
At ALPC, Shiloh is excited to gain professional experience and work with knowledgable attorneys and staffers. She loves learning and applying what she learns to real life situations.
“In studying political science and social policy, I learn a lot about different perspectives and ideas from a variety of levels and actors within society, so it is really intriguing to understand different viewpoints and engage in critical thinking about how we can create policies and laws to improve our world. Overall, I just want to keep learning and growing as a person and hopefully be able to make positive change with my future career,” she says.
Shiloh is disciplined, passionate and detail-oriented and says her key to success is her strong work ethic and always challenging herself to do her best.
Born and raised in Lakewood, Shiloh lives in Houston to attend college, where she is on the Rice University Division I soccer team. She also loves to spend time with her mom, dad and two younger sisters. Together they enjoy being active in the Colorado outdoors, hiking, biking, skiing and playing tennis.