Diana Miller’s practice is centered on public finance, local government and land development in the greater Houston region, as well as state legislative matters. She serves as both bond counsel and general counsel to various types of special purpose districts that provide water, sewer, drainage, recreational and road infrastructure to master planned communities. She also provides experienced counsel to developers and landowners on a wide range of land development, special district and infrastructure finance matters. Diana regularly represents clients before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Office of the Attorney General, and city and county governments.
Diana is a registered lobbyist with the State of Texas and routinely advocates on special district, land development, and public law issues before the Texas Legislature and regulatory agencies. In doing so, she leverages her wide range of experience in public law and land development matters to achieve her clients’ goals and promote sound policy improvements for special purpose districts.
Prior to joining the firm, Diana served in state government for three years as an Assistant Attorney General where she was a member of the Attorney General’s Intergovernmental Relations team and represented the Texas Department of Transportation in condemnation litigation throughout Central and East Texas.
2010 – J.D., with honors, University of Texas at Austin School of Law
Environmental Law Journal
2007 – B.A., summa cum laude, Communications, Texas A&M University
University Undergraduate Research Fellow
Phi Beta Kappa
State Bar of Texas
Houston Bar Association
West Houston Association
Schwartz, Page & Harding, L.L.P.
1300 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 2400
Houston, TX 77056
Please note that Schwartz, Page & Harding, L.L.P. cannot undertake the representation of any district, governmental entity, company or individual until we confirm that no conflicts of interest with existing clients will result.