Cassie Geiken is the Parole Fellow with the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program. She acts as a supervisor on the Parole Project and is working to expand access to pro bono parole representation in Texas. Cassie graduated from Texas Law in 2022; while in school, she was a pro bono scholar on the Parole Project for two years and participated in the Civil Rights Clinic, Actual Innocence Clinic, and Human Rights Clinic. She has historically worked with people who are incarcerated or facing incarceration, spending her time at public defender’s offices, the ACLU of Nebraska, and Disability Rights Washington.
Director of the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program
Andrea Marsh is a Clinical Lecturer and the Director of the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program. In her role leading the Mithoff Program, Ms. Marsh works with students, private lawyers, and nonprofit organizations to develop and execute pro bono projects that provide meaningful experiential learning opportunities to Texas Law students and provide free legal services to over 1,500 individuals annually.
Prior to joining Texas Law, Ms. Marsh served as the Founding Executive Director of the Texas Fair Defense Project.
Read Andrea’s complete faculty profile.
Senior Program Coordinator for the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program
Sarah Sedgwick is your first contact for information on pro bono projects. She coordinates logistics, communication, and volunteer participation for all pro bono events including clinics, service trips, and National Pro Bono Week. Sarah helps students find projects that fit their interests and assists students with reporting their pro bono hours as they work toward fulfilling the Texas Law Pro Bono Pledge. Sarah graduated with a degree in History from UT Austin. After living in Mexico for several years, she worked in program management for a statewide public education nonprofit before coming to Texas Law.