MaryAnne Hamilton

Miller Law Group, PLLC

MaryAnne represents clients in whistleblower, employment, medical negligence, and civil rights cases. She shepherds potential whistleblowers and those who have experienced discrimination or harassment in their workplace through the process of asserting their rights. In her practice, MaryAnne combines an intense focus on the needs of her clients with an ability to distill complex issues in a way that both makes them understandable and highlights the key issues. 

MaryAnne, working alongside Miller Law Group Founder, Stacy Miller, is working to handle claims from victims exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune, known as the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. This new legislation will clear the way for United Stated veterans and others exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to bring claims for personal injury and wrongful death caused by toxic exposure.

Professionally, MaryAnne developed and honed her analytical and writing skills in her previous career as a freelance editor, writer, and editorial project manager for clients in academia, business, and technology. Her authors have published in anthropology, history, landscape architecture, pharmaceutical innovation, public health, and law. 

MaryAnne is licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina; her licensure in the District of Columbia is pending. She is admitted to the bar of the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of North Carolina. 

MaryAnne graduated summa cum laude from Campbell Law School. At Campbell, she participated in the moot court program, earning a Best Brief Award — from among more than 50 competitors — at the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition; served on Law Review; and worked as a research assistant to two professors. MaryAnne has an M.A. and Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a B.S. in Business Management, with a minor in Engineering, from the University of Maryland. She also served in the U.S. Navy.