Christian Krueger

Law; Global Justice Cohort Member (2023-24)
Affiliated Graduate Students Global Justice Cohort

A native Texan, Christian is starting his 1L year at Texas Law in the class of 2026, and is committed to a career serving others. He attended Princeton University, earning a bachelor's degree in Public and International Affairs and certificates in History and the Practice of Diplomacy, Spanish Language and Culture, and American Studies. While an undergraduate, he completed internships at the U.S. State Department's Mission to the United Nations in the Economic and Social Section, and the Federal Trade Commission in the Office of Policy Planning. Following his graduation in 2018, he worked in the Washington, D.C. office of Congressman Joaquin Castro and in Austin as Chief of Staff to State Representative Richard Peña Raymond. For Congressman Castro, he was responsible for foreign affairs and intelligence issues, spearheading, among other items, legislation signed into law to enhance U.S. foreign assistance programs for children in adversity. In Representative Raymond's office, he led the introduction of over 100 bills covering topics such as expanding STEM education for historically underserved groups and assisting veterans with mental health treatment. Throughout his extensive professional experience in government at the local, state, national, and international levels, Christian has been involved in initiatives to promote opportunity, foster inclusive progress, and advance justice and equality. In the Central Texas community, he is active with the Anti-Defamation League of Austin as a member of their Civil Rights and Community Engagement Committee, is an Emerging Leader with United Way of Greater Austin, and sits on the City of Dripping Springs Parks and Recreation Commission.