Emanuel McMiller is a business litigation associate at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana where he helps companies resolve and manage disputes in litigation. He is also a former legal assistant for Craig Goldenfarb, and an alumnus (Class of 2010) of the Center for Pre-Law at Palm Beach Lakes Community High School.

While a student at Palm Beach Lakes, Emanuel served as President of the Law Honor Society and the Debate Team, a member of the National Honor Society and the Mock Trial Team, and as co-founder of the Moot Court Team. Emanuel was awarded the 2009 and 2010 Center for Pre-Law Gavel Award, the 2009 and 2010 Florida High School Mock Trial Best Attorney Award, and the 2010 Florida High School Moot Court Golden Gavel and Best Brief Awards. He was also very active in the Palm Beach County Youth Court Program where he served as a Youth Attorney.

After graduating from Palm Beach Lakes High School with honors in 2010, Emanuel went on to attend Williams College, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. While in college, he founded the Williams College Law Society. Emanuel also wrote for the Law Journal, competed in the Law Society’s legal advocacy teams, sang in the Gospel Choir, and played rugby. Upon graduating from Williams College in 2014, he returned to West Palm Beach to work for the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb.

Emanuel earned his J.D. from Notre Dame Law School in 2019, where he was active on campus as a member of the Moot Court Trial Team, the Black Law Students Association, and President of the Space Law Society.

Emanuel, a first-generation lawyer, credits the faculty, staff, and supporters of the Center for Pre-Law for giving him a head-start in developing the critical skills necessary to achieve success in law school and the legal profession.