Chambliss Attorney Rebecca Miller Named Volunteer Attorney of the Year
Legal Aid of East Tennessee recently awarded Rebecca Miller the Bruce C. Bailey Volunteer Lawyer of the Year award. This award honors a volunteer attorney who has made a significant impact on clients and the community through pro bono work over the year. During the Chattanooga Pro Bono Night celebration on October 27, 2022, Rebecca was presented the award in recognition of her pro bono conservatorship placement both in and out of Hamilton County.
Legal Aid of East Tennessee is a nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services to vulnerable East Tennesseans. Clients may have a low income, be a part of the older American population, have a disability, or experienced abuse. LAET’s mission is to strengthen communities and change lives by providing high-quality legal services. The firm serves eligible residents of 26 counties from offices located in Blountville, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Knoxville, Johnson City, Maryville, and Morristown.
Rebecca Miller is a member of the estate planning section at Chambliss. Rebecca uses her knowledge and expertise to give families peace of mind during some of life’s most difficult moments. She works with clients in both Tennessee and Georgia on elder law and special needs planning and care coordination, as well as solving disputes involving large estates and complicated assets. Clients count on her to guide them through conservatorships, both contested and uncontested, sometimes advising on whether a conservatorship is even necessary and who might be ideal to appoint. For more information on her experience and practice, visit Rebecca’s bio.
Read that Hamilton County Herald article, “Legal Aide Honors Attorneys for Pro Bono Contributions.”