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Lauren K. Milks
Criminal Defense Attorney​
Lauren K. Milks is the founder of Milks Law, LLC and brings innovative, defense practices rooted in experience and perspective to her clients. She began her career as a prosecutor for the Chester County District attorney's office where she learned case management and trial strategy.  After her tenure at the District Attorney's office, Lauren K. Milks went on to serve as private counsel at a large Chester County law firm where she succesfully practiced criminal defense, civil rights litigation and civil rights defense. Mrs. Milks was then asked to serve as an adjunct professor where she instructed college and graduate students in the area of criminology and prison practices.   It was during her professorship that she realized her passion rests in the area of criminal law and now she exclusively takes clients in need of criminal defense.   

Mrs. Milks’ education and employment history have afforded her the opportunity to see the criminal justice system from all angles.  

Former Assistant District Attorney

​​​As a former Assistant District Attorney, Lauren K. Milks prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases.  Mrs. Milks worked on cases involving Driving Under the Influence, simple drug possession, drug possession with intent to deliver, violent weapon offenses, assaults, property crimes, and homicide offenses.  In the course of prosecution, she participated in evidence collection and analysis as well as witness and suspect interviews.  The time she spent working as an Assistant District Attorney gave invaluable insight and perspective into the criminal justice system.


Former Law Enforcement Attorney
   
In addition to being an Assistant District Attorney, Lauren K. Milks served as defense counsel to Police Departments, Police Officers, Prisons and Corrections Officers all over Pennsylvania.  From this representation, Attorney Milks gleaned invaluable information regarding the inner-workings of the law enforcement community.
 
    
“The two elements essential to any criminal defense are experience and perspective. At Milks Law, LLC we provide our clients with both.”
Professor of Criminology
   
Lauren K. Milks served as an adjunct faculty member of Rosemont College where she taught criminology.  Specifically, Professor Milks instructed her students on the sociological theories and perspectives of “why individuals commit crimes”, the Criminal Process in Pennsylvania, Sentencing Schematics, trial strategy and rehabilitative measures.
 
Perspective and experience are essential to any criminal defense. Milks Law, LLC is the smart move in criminal defense.
    
Lauren K. Milks
 
Lmilks@milks-law.com
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Hamilton College
Lauren K. Milks attended Hamilton College in Central New York.  At Hamilton, Lauren double majored in Classical Studies and Psychology, where she defended both of her theses with honors.  Lauren even had the privilege of being one of two students ever granted permission to intern at a Maximum Security Psychiatric Prison while in college.  Lauren was a member of the Hamilton College Crew Team, graduated Cum Laude and was the president of both her Junior Class and of the Hamilton College Student Body.
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Widener University School of Law
Lauren K. Milks attended Widener University School of Law in Delaware.  At Widener, Lauren was involved in student government, was part of an intensive trial advocacy program and was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in the Organized Crime program.  Lauren was selected as a Certified Legal Intern for the Chester County District Attorney's Office while at Widener Law and was then honored to be the only intern chosen from her class to become a full time Assistant District Attorney upon graduating.