Gardner Lange

Immigration / International Human Rights Children / Youth
Class of 2022

Gardner Lange is a staff attorney with the Children’s Program at RAICES (the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services) based in Austin. He began his work at RAICES as a fellow assisting the Children’s Program and Litigation Department to develop screenings and systems to expand access to federal courts for migrant children in Texas. His fellowship was supported by a G. Rollie White Trust Fellowship in Public Interest Law, funded by the G. Rollie White Trust.

At Texas Law, Gardner was editor in chief of the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy and submissions editor for the Texas International Law Journal. He was a student in the Immigration Clinic, and participated in moot court and a range of volunteer work with the Mithoff Pro Bono Program, including immigration matters, driver’s license recovery, the Expunction Project, and the Gender Affirmation Project. He spent his 1L summer with the ACLU of Utah in Salt Lake City and his 2L summer in Austin with RAICES’ Released Unaccompanied Children’s Program.