Judge Bronwyn C. Miller
Judge Bronwyn C. Miller currently serves as a judge on the Third District Court of Appeal. She received her Juris Doctor cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law and Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College at Columbia University.
Prior to her appointment to the bench, she was a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade County Office of the State Attorney from 1997-2005. Judge Miller was a Division Chief in the Felony Unit and Training Director. She also served as an adjunct professor at Florida International University.
In 2005, Governor Jeb Bush appointed Judge Miller to the county court bench. She ran successfully in a contested retention election in 2006. In 2010, Governor Charlie Crist appointed Judge Miller to the circuit court bench. She was re-elected to the bench without opposition in 2012 and 2018. In 2018, Governor Rick Scott appointed Judge Miller to the Third District Court of Appeal.
Judge Miller has served as a faculty member at Florida’s Conference of County Judges, Florida’s Conference of Circuit Judges, Florida Judicial College, and the College of Advanced Judicial Studies. She is an advisor to the Civil Jury Project at New York University School of Law and a member of the Appellate Rules Committee of the Florida Bar.
Judge Miller is the co-author of "Authentication of Digital Photographs under the Pictorial Testimony Theory: A Response to Critics,” Florida Bar Journal, “A Prolific Landscape: The Admissibility of Social Media Postings,” Florida Bar Journal, and "Prosecutorial Ethics: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt," The Prosecutor. As a practicing attorney, Judge Miller was granted an AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
Judge Miller has received the Alan R. Schwartz Professional Excellence Award, the Judge Steve Levine Award, the Miami-Dade Commission on the Status of Women in the Company of Women “Outstanding Woman in Government” Award, Millennium Movers “Celebration of Urban Professional Women” Mover and Shaker Award, the Women Who Rock Award, The Conference of County Judges Leadership Award, and the South Florida Hispanic Chamber Community Service Award. She has been recognized by the Florida Senate for her work with the Miami-Dade County Grand Jury.