About Angela L. Baldwin

Angela L. Baldwin is a Partner at The Miller Law Firm who specializes in complex commercial litigation, dispute resolution, and government regulation. She is a results-driven litigator and helps clients manage risk arising out of contract disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, class actions, and election law matters. Ms. Baldwin’s practice includes the successful representation of Fortune 500 companies, publicly traded international companies, OEM’s (original equipment manufacturers), real estate owners and investors, national restaurant franchisees, municipalities, elected officials, and numerous other businesses and non-profits. She has obtained remarkable results, including multi-million-dollar settlements in favor of her clients. Ms. Baldwin has experience in conducting sensitive and internal investigations arising out of operations in a variety of industries. She is a trusted advisor and comes to the practice with significant private sector experience, having spent nearly a decade in supply chain management for Fortune 100 companies.

Ms. Baldwin has been recognized by and received awards from organizations such as Super Lawyers, the Detroit Bar Association, and the Hispanic Bar Association of Michigan. Ms. Baldwin was acknowledged as one of the top women distinguished in her profession and community by the Hispanic Latino Commission of Michigan and received the City’s highest recognition, the “Spirt of Detroit Award” for her outstanding achievement and service.

Professional Involvement

Ms. Baldwin advises clients and nonclients alike. As a Mayoral appointee, she served as Chair of the Detroit Elected Officials Compensation Commission, has served as a panelist for the State Bar of Michigan, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, Michigan State College of Law, the National Hispanic Bar Association, and the City of Detroit’s Civil Rights Division to name a few. As a gubernatorial appointee, she served as a Commissioner to the State of Michigan’s Hispanic Latino Commission. Ms. Baldwin served as the President of the Hispanic Bar Association of Michigan where she led monthly cross-sector community programs, created the endorsement/support protocols for judicial and non-partisan candidates, and instituted a scholarship program, awarding merit-based scholarships to underprivileged law students annually. She has served on the Board of several non-profit organizations, is a graduate of Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Detroit Class XLI and cohort of the Harvard Business School’s American Leaders Program.