AUSA Marshall L. Miller is the Chief of the Criminal Division at the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York. Mr. Miller also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School. Mr. Miller previously served as a full-time law professor at NYU Law School and as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Allyne R. Ross. He holds a law degree from Yale Law School and a bachelor's degree from Yale College. During his career as an AUSA, Mr. Miller has led investigations and prosecutions ranging from corporate and mortgage fraud cases, to export control and weapons proliferation prosecutions, to cases against terrorist individuals and groups. Prior to his current position, Mr. Miller served as Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division and Chief of the Office's Violent Crimes & Terrorism Section. In 2011, Mr. Miller received the Attorney General's Award for Excellence in Furthering the Interests of United States National Security. In 2010, he received the Henry L. Stimson medal from the New York City Bar Association, awarded to the district's most outstanding federal prosecutor. In 2009, Mr. Miller was recognized as the nation's most outstanding AUSA by the National Association of Former United States Attorneys. In 2008, he received the National Intelligence Merit Award from the Director of National Intelligence. Mr. Miller has also been named Federal Prosecutor of the Year by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation and received a Director's Award for Superior Performance from the Department of Justice.