Chloe Kempf is a Gallogly Family Foundation Public Interest Law Fellow with the ACLU of Texas in Houston, where she works to defend and expand the rights of LGBTQ+ students in Texas by challenging discriminatory discipline and over-policing in schools through direct representation, community outreach, and impact litigation. Immediately after law school, she served as a law clerk to Judge Marina Garcia Marmolejo of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
At Texas Law, Chloe volunteered for a wide range of pro bono projects and served as an associate editor of the Texas Law Review and a Teaching Quizmaster. She participated in the Civil Rights Clinic and Environmental Clinic and interned with Texas Legal Services Center’s Impact Litigation Team. She spent her summers with Disability Rights Texas in Austin and the ACLU of Texas in Houston.