"I'm so grateful to be part of the Justice Center's network of public interest-oriented students, professors, and staff at Texas Law. Everyone brings such diverse interests and experiences to this community in support of our common goal: to fight against injustice in all its forms. The Justice Center has enriched me both professionally and personally more than anything else in law school."
Courtney Weber is a member of the Justice Center's student advisory board and a teaching assistant in the Moody College of Communication. She has participated in the Mithoff Pro Bono Program's parole project, driver's license recovery project, and bankruptcy project. As a 2L, she participated in the Criminal Defense Clinic for two semesters. As a 3L, she has participated in the Capital Punishment Clinic and the Immigration Clinic. She has also served as a research assistant to Professor Angela Littwin on issues related to coerced debt.
Courtney spent the summer after her 1L year working for the East Bay Community Law Center’s Consumer Clinic in Berkeley, California. She spent the summer after her 2L year working with the Parole Division of the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. Following graduation, she will work as a public defender for the King County Department of Public Defense in Seattle, Washington.
Courtney graduated from the University of Michigan with BAs in Anthropology and Spanish. After graduating from college, she worked as an advocate at the East Bay Community Law Center; as a teacher of English in Madrid, Spain as a Fulbright Fellow; and as a coordinator for programs supporting college students in Washington, D.C.