TeAndra M. Miller is a Managing Attorney with Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC), where she also directs the organization’s Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Practice Group.
TeAndra has been a legal aid lawyer for nearly her entire 28-year legal career. After earning her J.D. from N.C. Central University School of Law, she became a family law attorney with East Central Community Legal Services in Raleigh, the predecessor to LANC’s Raleigh field office. TeAndra left legal aid for private practice for a short time but returned in 1999 and has focused on domestic violence ever since.
As the head of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Practice Group, TeAndra coordinates the delivery of legal services to survivors across the state. She ensures that advocates in every field office have the training, supervision, and resources necessary to provide consistently high-quality and compassionate representation to some of LANC’s most vulnerable clients. Drawing on deep relationships with local partners, TeAndra also serves as the public face of LANC’s DV/SA advocacy by conducting fundraising, outreach and training to law enforcement, social services agencies, the larger legal community, and other stakeholders at the local, state, and national levels.
TeAndra has served on a variety of local and statewide task forces that focus on domestic violence and sexual assault. She is currently a member of the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission, the Administrative Office of the Court’s Family Court Committee, and the N.C. Domestic Violence Commission.
TeAndra lives in Wake County, NC with her husband. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.
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