Andrea Marsh

Director of the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program

Andrea Marsh works with individual students, student groups, Texas Law faculty, nonprofit partner organizations, and pro bono supervising attorneys to identify and create a wide variety of pro bono opportunities for Texas Law students. She also coordinates programming on pro bono and other public service issues and teaches the nonprofit internship course. Prior to joining Texas Law, Andrea served as the Executive Director of the Texas Fair Defense Project, a nonprofit she founded while completing a post-graduate public interest fellowship. She has professional experience in civil rights advocacy, criminal justice policy, and nonprofit fundraising and management. Read Andrea’s complete faculty bio.

Meg Clifford

Educational Equity Fellow

Meg Clifford heads the Educational Equity Project, through which she works to develop programs and pro bono projects to address barriers for low-income and minority students and young adults in Austin. She supervises the Youth Court program, a positive disciplinary program in a local middle school, and Texas Law's pro bono expunction clinics. The Educational Equity Project is a partnership with the UT Austin Department of Diversity and Community Engagement, the Mithoff Program, and the William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law. Meg is a 2012 graduate of Texas Law. Prior to law school, she was a 5th grade teacher in The Bronx, New York with Teach for America.

Sarah Sedgwick

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.