Alex Stamm

Scholar Community Development / Housing Judicial Clerkship Legal Aid
Class of 2017
Alex Stamm

"Through the Equal Justice Scholarship, I've felt a part of the wonderful public interest community at Texas Law from day one. I'm grateful for the support I've received from that community, and for the opportunity to take an active role in the important work that students, professors, and local practitioners are doing."

Alex Stamm is a staff attorney with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid's San Antonio office focusing on housing law. Immediately after law school, he served for two years as law clerk to Judge Robert Pitman of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in Austin.

At Texas Law, Alex was a member of the Public Interest Law Association and the Justice Center’s student advisory board; a research assistant for Professor Larry Sager; and a finalist in the 2015 Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. He participated in the Civil Rights Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic, and the Pro Bono Program's 2015 winter break trip to the Texas Rio Grande Valley. He also worked on a number of other pro bono projects, including Expunction Clinics, the Juvenile Lifers Project, and the Homestead Tax Deduction Valuation Project. He was an associate editor of the Texas Law Review and a Teaching Quizmaster, and is a class of 2017 Chancellor (one of the 16 students in his class with the highest grade-point-averages). In his summers, he interned with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid in San Antonio and the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C.