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About M. Michelle Anglade

Michele Anglade first joined the College of Law in 2006 as Assistant Dean for Academic Support Programs. She served as Assistant Dean until 2013, when she became a full time lecturer at the College. She teaches classes relating to legal theory and reasoning, race and law, gender and law, and in the area of commercial transactions. Before joining the legal academy, she was in private practice and served as a Commissioner and Vice-Chair of the Ethics Commission for the City and County of San Francisco, a commission charged with the administration of local regulations relating to campaign finance and good government practices. She received her B.A. from Wellesley College and her J.D from Harvard Law School. While in law school, she was a member and Vice-President of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau; after graduation she was selected to be the law school’s first Charles Hamilton Houston Fellow.​


2012 - Present Lecturer of Law, Florida International University College of Law
2006 - 2012 Assistant Dean, Academic Support Programs, Florida International University College of Law
2001 - 2005 Director, Academic Support Programs, Golden Gate University School of Law

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • BLSA Faculty of the Year, 2017
  • Elected Graduation Hooding Professor by College of Law Graduating Classes of 2014 and 2015
  • BLSA Faculty of the Year, 2007
  • Pioneer of the Year, 2006


  • Sales
  • Seminar: Law, Social Movements & Social Change


1992 J.D., Harvard Law School
1987 B.A., graduated with Honors, Wellesley College

Contact Information

Florida International University College of Law
11200 SW 8th St., RDB 2070 B
Miami, FL 33199

(305) 348-0009