Before entering the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Travis Hyer focused his studies on Latin America and indigenous peoples. Specifically, he has conducted graduate research on religious dynamics of the Maya of southern Mexico. Travis also enjoys studying the arts and enjoys performing in musical and theatrical ensembles as often as he can. Travis was selected as an ICLRS Student Fellow for 2014, serving a summer externship in Auckland, New Zealand. He served as a member of the Concierge/Hosting Team of the Executive Committee for the 2014 International Law and Religion Symposium and as Chair of this team for 2015. He was a member of the 2014-2015 Center Student Managements Board and returns to the Board for 2015-2016.