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Casey O. Miller

Casey O. Miller primarily practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation with Titus Brueckner Spitler & Shelts PLC. Through careful listening and attention to detail, Casey focuses on understanding his client’s interests and objectives. This understanding allows Casey to carefully analyze the issues and develop results-driven strategies to help clients achieve their goals.

Casey prioritizes clear communication throughout every step of the process to build positive relationships with his clients. His focus is to provide every client, whether an individual or a large company, with the knowledge, tools, and advocacy that they need to accomplish their goals.
He also assists clients with various business needs in areas of contract drafting, trademark, and licensing. Casey relishes the opportunity to tackle the unique challenges that any client is facing.


Casey joined Titus Brueckner Spitler & Shelts PLC as a law clerk while pursuing his law degree at Arizona State University. Previously, Casey worked in the legal department of Meredith Corporation, a national media conglomerate of television stations, magazines, and digital media agencies.
As a law student at Arizona State, Casey worked with technology entrepreneurs to launch new ventures through the Innovation Advancement Clinic. As an advocate for free speech and public access to the courts, Casey represented the interests of the public and the press through his work with the First Amendment Clinic at ASU. Casey was on the executive board of the Sports Law and Business organization. He was also a member of the Cannabis Legal Association.

About Casey

Originally from Speedway, Indiana, Casey grew up with a love for motorsports and a competitive spirit. This passion led to a stint as a sports broadcaster before law school. When not advocating for his clients, Casey is probably hitting a driver off a tee box (even when he shouldn’t), belting a go-to karaoke song, or manning the grill at a cookout.


J.D., Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, 2022.
B.A. in Journalism and Telecommunications, Ball State University, 2016.


State Bar of Arizona, 2022.