Dialogue Sunday School #14 w/ Michalyn Steele

Dialogue Sunday Gospel Study July 5, 2020: Alma 23-29

Professor Michalyn Steele is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and  joined the faculty of BYU Law School in 2014, following two years as a Fellow and a semester as a Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at the Law School. She teaches Civil Rights, Federal Indian Law, and Constitutional Law.

Professor Steele worked for six years as a Trial Attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. Beginning in late 2009, Professor Steele worked for several years as a Counselor to the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Larry Echo Hawk, at the U.S. Department of Interior. She is a member of the Seneca Nation of Indians of New York.

Professor Steele holds a B.A. (’92) and an M.A. (’94) in Humanities from BYU, with an emphasis in English literature and Native American studies.

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