The law firm of Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A., has announced Andrew M. Miller has joined the firm of counsel.
Mr. Miller’s practice is focused on zoning, land use, real estate law, government relations and municipal law, according to a press release. His areas of concentration include development agreements, rezoning ordinances, code enforcement, intergovernmental financing agreements and complex transactional matters.
Prior to joining Burch & Cracchiolo, Mr. Miller served as the town attorney for the Town of Paradise Valley for 22 years from 1998-2020. He oversaw high quality growth and development that strictly adhered to the ordinances and zoning codes that so deftly sets Paradise Valley apart from other municipalities in the Valley.
Under his tutelage, Mr. Miller guided residents, custom home builders, developers and business owners in the establishment and expansion of building projects including the Montelucia, Mountain Shadows, Sanctuary, Camelback Inn and Ritz-Carlton (Paradise Valley) resorts.
Mr. Miller received his juris doctor degree from Arizona State University in 1986 and his bachelor’s of science degree in political science, magna cum laude, also from Arizona State University in 1983, the press release stated.
He served as intern in the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; research and drafting speeches for Chief Justice Warren Burger in 1982.