Taylor Elyse Mills (she/they) was a dual degree PhD/JD student who has since completed her JD from MSU College of Law in 2023. She passed the July 2023 Bar which gives her licensure to practice law in Michigan. Her specialization in law includes Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, Immigration Law, and Civil Rights Law. Her philosophical research specialization is Engaged Philosophy of Law and Policy, an area that interrogates the relationships between law and philosophy from a community-oriented, interdisciplinary, systems approach to structural justice. Her work draws from decolonial theory, Indigenous philosophy and legal theory, intersectional women of color feminisms, social and political epistemology, critical theory, and philosophy of technology. She also holds graduate certifications in Digital Humanities, College Teaching, and Indigenous Law and Policy. When she is not working, Mills is an active member of various choral ensembles at MSU’s College of Music. For more about Mills and her work, visit http://taylorelysemills.org.