Cassie Geiken serves as the Texas Law Parole Project Fellow, working to expand the Mithoff Pro Bono Program's Parole Project and to identify ways to increase pro bono parole representation in Texas.
At Texas Law, Cassie was a board member of Texas Law Fellowships and GRITS, the student-organized Getting Radical in the South conference, and she was a member of the Public Interest Law Association and the Public Defense Group. She served as a Mithoff Program Pro Bono Scholar, leading the Parole Project for two years, and also volunteered for the Expunction Project, DACA renewal clinics, and the Bexar County Public Defender’s Office as part of Pro Bono in January. She was a student in the Civil Rights Clinic, Actual Innocence Clinic, and Human Rights Clinic. She spent her 1L summer with Texas Legal Services Center’s impact litigation team in Austin and her 2L summer with Disability Rights Washington in Seattle.