About Edward Miley
Edward Miley - Professional Summary: Attorney Edward Miley, who handles divorce, personal injury, and criminal defense cases, established Miley Law Firm in Las Vegas, Nevada, in 1997. Currently serving as the head of the firm, Miley handles a range of cases but focuses the majority of his time and energy on litigation. Permitted to practice in Texas, California, and Nevada, Edward Miley has earned national recognition from Martindale-Hubbell®, a spot in Marquis’ Who’s Who, and lifetime membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He represented Charles Cashmore during the infamous O.J. Simpson robbery case of 2008 and extends his services to a variety of businesses and individuals, including Powerhouse Gym and CanCan Room. In addition to his legal practice, Miley serves the Eighth Judicial District Court in Nevada as a Short Trial Judge and teaches business, law, and real estate classes at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In the early stages of Miley Law Firm, Edward Miley supported the Las Vegas Township Justice Court as a Justice of the Peace Pro Tempore. Over the course of his career, he has lectured on real estate, business, and legal topics at numerous venues, been interviewed by various television stations, and authored several legal articles. He holds membership in a handful of prominent professional organizations, including the American Bar Association, the National College for DUI Defense, Inc., and the American Association for Justice.
An alumnus of the California Western School of Law, Edward Miley earned his Juris Doctor from the institution in 1995. Prior to this, Miley attended the University of Texas at Dallas, where he graduated with a pair of Master’s degrees, one in Business Administration and the other in International Management. He completed his undergraduate studies in economics at Austin College in Sherman, Texas.
Edward Miley - Education: California Western School of Law, JD