"I attend Texas Law because I know I will be on the frontlines of public interest law in the U.S. I am able to explore all facets of the legal system through clinics in housing or juvenile justice to internships in the state legislature. I'm also excited to be part of the Justice Center and its community of driven classmates, professors, and mentors, who challenge me to think outside of my own experiences."
Alice Min is a member of the Justice Center's student advisory board and serves on the executive boards of If/When/How and Law Students for Black Lives. She participates in the Mithoff Pro Bono Program's Title IX project and parole project, and has been a student in the Immigration Clinic and the Criminal Defense Clinic.
The summer after her 1L year, Alice worked at the ACLU’s National Security Project in New York, where she focused on information access for Guantanamo detainees and fighting state legislation restricting immigrant rights. The summer after her 2L year, she will work with the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia in Washington, DC.
Alice graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University with a degree in History, Spanish Language and Literature. She worked in the New York publishing industry and was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Manizales, Colombia, before working with The Bronx Defenders, where she assisted criminal defense, family, immigration, and housing attorneys with investigations. Alice’s immediate goal after law school is to work in direct services.