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Tyler M. Mills

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Tyler Mills is an Associate at the Melick & Porter Boston and Hamilton offices, specializing in civil litigation disputes with a primary focus on General Liability, Construction Litigation, and Insurance Coverage.

Tyler graduated from Western New England University with a bachelor’s degree in political science. During his time at Western New England University, Tyler excelled as a student-athlete for the WNEU football program, contributing to the team's title as NCAA Division III NEFC Conference Champion. He also had the opportunity to compete against the Italian National Football Champions in what is now known as the European League of Football.

Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Tyler was mentored by the former First Justice Lawrence E. McCormick of the Boston Municipal Court: Central Division and Charlestown District Court. This experience allowed Tyler to deepen his understanding of complex litigation by observing daily proceedings in both Civil and Criminal matters while engaging in discussions with Judge McCormick regarding pivotal issues in each case.

Tyler then accepted and served as a Department of Revenue Clerk in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court in Plymouth County’s Brockton Division. Here, he had the privilege of being mentored by Justice Kevin Connelly, Justice Patrick Stanton, and former Justice Lisa Roberts, gaining exposure to a wide range of trials and hearings, while aiding in family court matters crucial to Plymouth County constituents. Concurrently, Tyler pursued his legal education at the New England School of Law Boston in the evening division.

Transitioning to private practice, Tyler expanded his legal expertise as a law clerk, collaborating closely with Senior Associates and Partners on various cases spanning from Fiduciary Litigation, Debt Collection, Special Education, Administrative Law, Employment Law, Business Litigation, Appellate Court, and Probate.

In his final semester at New England School of Law Boston, Tyler embarked on an externship as an Employment Discrimination Investigator with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Here, he deepened his understanding of Employment and Landlord-Tenant discrimination, as well as Administrative Agency practices in both state and federal administrative agencies. While at the MCAD, Tyler conducted investigative conferences, authored determinations on probable or lack of probable cause, and observed MCAD proceedings before both an individual commissioner and three-panel commissions.

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