Andrew J. Miller

Andrew J. Miller: Attorney with Odegaard Braukmann Law, PLLC


Andrew J. (“A.J.”) Miller is an associate attorney at Odegaard Braukmann Law, PLLC. Although born in Merrillville, Indiana, in 1985, A.J.'s family loaded up a U-Haul and relocated to Montana to be near his father's side of the family in 1988. They have remained in the state ever since, and A.J. therefore doesn't hesitate to label himself as a tried and true Montanan.

The oldest of four children, A.J. attended the Billings Catholic School system for his entire primary and secondary education and graduated with honors from Billings Central Catholic High School in 2003. After high school, he took the quick 350-mile jaunt down I-90 West to Missoula, Montana, and proudly attended the University of Montana for his undergraduate education, where he studied English Literature and Creative Writing and also worked for three years as an employee of UM's Residence Life Office.

A.J. graduated with honors in 2007 following four surprisingly fast years of studying, exams, late-night term papers, and Griz football Saturdays. With law school at the forefront of his mind, A.J. took a brief hiatus from education after undergrad and spent his weeks at an internship at a Bozeman law firm, where he was exposed to the tip of the iceberg that is the legal profession, and his weekends playing bass guitar in various venues in Montana and the Northwestern United States with his band, The Clintons.

By 2009, A.J. was more than ready to get back in the saddle, so he returned to Missoula and began his legal education at the University of Montana School of Law that fall. During law school, he represented University of Montana students in a variety of civil and criminal matters as a legal intern for ASUM Legal Services, participated in the National Moot Court competition, and was selected to be a national member of the Order of the Barristers for Appellate Advocacy at the end of his third year.

He graduated from law school in 2012. Upon successful completion of the Montana bar exam, A.J. moved back to Billings and was a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Gregory Todd of the Thirteenth Judicial District, Yellowstone County. A.J. remained in Billings after his clerkship and worked as an attorney at the Brown Law Firm, P.C., where he gained valuable experience and insight in the fields of insurance coverage and civil defense litigation. In early 2015, he joined Odegaard Braukmann Law, PLLC, and completely shifted the scope of his practice to representing injured people in various personal injury and workers' compensation matters.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Personal Injury
  • Workers Compensation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
406-272-6764  Phone
University Attended:
University of Montana, B.A.
Law School Attended:
University of Montana School of Law, J.D., 2012
Year of First Admission:
2012, Montana
Yellowstone Area Bar Association; American Bar Association; American Association for Justice; Montana Trial Lawyers Association.
Birth Information:
Merrillville, Indiana

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