Laval Miller-Wilson is the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Health Law Project. Prior to joining PHLP, Miller-Wilson was a Senior Attorney at the Juvenile Law Center (JLC). He joined JLC in 1995 as a Skadden Foundation Fellow and focused on the delivery of education services for at-risk youth. His earliest cases were representing youth with developmental disabilities, such as autism and mental retardation, who were accused of crimes for disability related behavior. In 2003, Miller-Wilson conducted an assessment of indigent juvenile defense throughout Pennsylvania that led the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to order rules changes resulting in increased funding and support for attorneys representing juveniles in the Commonwealth’s 67 counties. Miller-Wilson was lead counsel in JLC’s 2008 petition to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to ensure accused youth in Luzerne County had the right to counsel. Miller-Wilson graduated from Harvard College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He has been a lecturer at Temple University and University of Pennsylvania schools of law.