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Myron Steeves



  • B.A., Biola University
  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center


Steeves is a Canadian, born of missionaries to Ethiopia. He attended Biola University, and had a brief career as a missionary, focused on the Middle East. He realized that he wanted to provide administrative support to churches and ministries, so he attended law school, as he recalls, “almost on an impulse,” attending Georgetown University Law Center to earn a J.D.

Steeves worked as a business litigation attorney for the early part of his legal career. In his second year of law practice, he connected with Simon Greenleaf University School of Law, and started teaching there as an adjunct professor in 1992. Simon Greenleaf University merged into Trinity International University in 1998, which marked the start of his time working as a TIU professor. At the time of the merger, Steeves began working full-time for Trinity Law School as an assistant professor. He was appointed the Director of Development in 2008, and Dean in 2010. Steeves was appointed full Professor in 2018, and ultimately served as Dean ten years. He was titled Dean Emeritus at his retirement from academia in 2021.

Steeves also founded the Church Law Center of California, a law firm that supports churches and ministries, political organizations and higher education, and continues to practice law with the Center.

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