- J.D. Magna Cum Laude, Michigan State University College of Law, 2022
- B.A. in Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University, 2017
- Member of the Michigan Bar
Delany S. Dyze received her undergraduate degree in Arts and Humanities from Michigan State University. She graduated with high honors in 2017. Ms. Dyze received her law degree from Michigan State University College of Law in 2022 and graduated Magna Cum Laude. In law school, she focused her studies on immigration law, taking specialized classes in asylum law and immigration consequences of criminal convictions. In 2021, she dedicated near 300 hours in the immigration clinic, helping asylees adjust their status, drafting a U-visa petition, and prepping naturalization applicants for their interviews. She was also selected as a brief writer and oralist for Moot Court. She wrote briefs for the Evidence Team, the ALA Team, and the Immigration Team. In her time at Law School, she received the Jurisprudence Award of Excellence in Advocacy, Professional Responsibility, and Constitutional Law. In the summer of 2021, she interned with the Honorable Thomas M. J. Hathaway in Michigan’s Third Circuit Judicial Court in the criminal department.
After completing law school, she clerked for Antone, Casagrande & Adwers until she was admitted to the Michigan Bar. She has worked on both employment-based and family-based cases, including cases involving Mexican and Canadian TN (USMCA) Professionals, H-1B Specialized Workers, I-140 Immigrant Petitions, I-751 Petitions to Remove Conditions on Residence, and Naturalization applications.