Emily Eagle

Scholar Disability / Health / Education
Class of 2024

Following graduation, Emily Eagle will work as a fellow with the Law School’s Mithoff Pro Bono Program. Her work will be funded by the G. Rollie White Pro Bono Fellowship, which provides a recent law graduate with an interest legal education the opportunity to supervise law students working on Mithoff Program projects. The fellowship is generously supported by the G. Rollie White Trust.

At Texas Law, Em was staff editor of the Texas Review of Litigation and an administrative director for the Texas Law Disability and Neurodivergent Alliance. She served as a Pro Bono Scholar with the Mithoff Program’s INCLUDE project, which is focused on disability law, and participated in the Disability Rights Clinic. She also interned during the school year with Disability Rights Texas and The Arc of Texas, both in in Austin.

The summer after her 1L year, Em worked for Federal Communications Commission's Disability Rights Office in Washington, D.C. She spent the summer after her 2L year with the U.S. Department of Justice's Disability Rights Section, also in Washington.