Chantelle Dial, Editor-In-Chief
Chantelle attended undergrad at Brigham Young University in Idaho. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Education along with a double minor in British Literature and Spanish Education.
Chantelle's areas of interest include: International Human Rights, International Criminal Law, Indigenous Law, and Education Law. Currently, she is an intern for Justice McCormack at the Michigan Supreme Court, a teaching assistant for Civil Litigation at MSU College of Law, and a graduate assistant for the MSU College of Law Diversity organization.
She is interested in practicing in Seattle, Washington; Washington, D.C.; London, England; or The Hague, Netherlands.
While attending MSU College of Law, Chantelle's accomplishments and awards include:
- Charles H. King Scholar Award,
- Dean's List Scholar (All Academic Semesters),
- International Human Rights Law Jurisprudence Award, and
- Legal intern for the Honorable Judge Carmel Agius, Vice President of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
A fun fact about Chantelle is that while teaching a junior high language arts course, she also coached an undefeated JV girls' basketball team.
If you are interested in contacting Chantelle, please email her at email@example.com.