Carly Stuart-Micocci is a staff attorney at the Texas Advocacy Project in Austin. She started her work there as a one-year fellow, advocating for and educating youth in the child welfare system about intimate partner and dating violence. Her work was supported by the Mike A. Myers Fellowship in Public Interest Law, funded by Mike A. Myers ’63.
At Texas Law, Carly served as co-president of the Texas Law Disability Alliance, staff editor of the Texas Journal of Civil Liberties & Civil Rights, and auction co-coordinator for Texas Law Fellowships. She also participated in the Mithoff Pro Bono Program’s Gender Affirmation Project, OUTLaw, and the Women’s Law Caucus. She interned with the Texas Advocacy Project and participated in the Children’s Rights Clinic. She spent her summers with the Child Support Division of the Texas Office of the Attorney General, as an intern to Travis County Judge Aurora Martinez-Jones, and as a Bergstrom Child Welfare Fellow at the University of Michigan School of Law.