M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, attended the University of Texas at Austin on a football scholarship from 1986-1990, and received a BA in History in 1990.
He was a Texas Longhorn Football starter, and letterman from 1987 to 1990 and served as a co-captain of the 1990 Southwest Conference Championship team.
He appeared in 42 games from 1987 to 1991, starting in 34 of those including the Bluebonnet Bowl (1987) and Cotton Bowl (1991).
He was named to the University of Texas Athletic Director’s Honor Roll four semesters, and to the Texas Football preseason second team All Southwest Conference Team in 1990.
M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, was a National Football League free agent signee (Dallas Cowboys) in 1991.
M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, was a Texas High School football coach, and a member of the Texas High School Coaches Association from 1992-1998. While a member of THSCA, he published Training the Pass Protector through Martial Arts in Texas Coach magazine (August 1996).
M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, graduated from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law) in 2003. He was licensed as a Texas Attorney and Counselor at Law by the Supreme Court of Texas in 2004.
A member of the Irving Independent School District Athletic Hall of Fame (Class of 2017), M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, combines more than eighteen (18) years as a licensed Texas attorney with a unique, inside perspective of the business of athletics. He is an advocate and protector of Texas student-athletes.
Call M. Duane Miller, The Texas NIL Lawyer, and protect your rights as a Texas student-athlete.
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M. Duane Miller is licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas to practice in Texas State Courts.
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