Samantha L. Millier joined Mackenzie Hughes in 2010 and is a member of
the firm's litigation department where her practice focuses on litigation,
including commercial disputes, medical malpractice, products liability,
and personal injury.
Samantha graduated cum laude from Colgate University in 2006 with a degree
in political science and psychology. Samantha graduated cum laude and
received a Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law
in 2009. Samantha was admitted to practice law in Kentucky in 2009 and
in New York in 2010.
During law school, Samantha served as Notes Editor for the Kentucky Law
Journal and as a member of the Moot Court Board. She was honored with
an award for the best oral argument from the Marshall Writing Group, the
Stoll Keenon Ogden Kentucky Law Journal Service Scholarship, and with
the CALI award for the highest grade in her first year Torts class. She
authored The Facebook Frontier: Responding to the Changing Face of Privacy
on the Internet which was published in the Kentucky Law Journal in 2009.
Prior to her employment at Mackenzie Hughes, Samantha practiced in the
business litigation department of Frost Brown Todd, LLC in Lexington,
Kentucky. There, she gained experience in all aspects of litigation, including
arguing motions in Kentucky courts.
Samantha currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Syracuse Stage
and is the President of the Central New York Women's Bar Association.
She volunteers for the Onondaga County Volunteer Lawyers Project as a
Landlord Tenant Court Volunteer Attorney and is a member of the Board
of Trustees for Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. In her
free time, Samantha enjoys running, traveling, and spending time with