Kristin Schulz works for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Executive Office of Immigration Review in Miami, Florida. As an attorney in the DoJ Honors Program, she assists immigration judges in the adjudication of immigration cases, including asylum petitions.
At Texas Law, Kristin held leadership roles in the Student Bar Association, Public Interest Law Association, and Texas Law Women’s Christian Fellowship, and was elected Permanent Class President by the class of 2021. She participated in the Immigration Clinic, Children’s Rights Clinic, and Transnational Worker Rights Clinic, and interned with the Travis County Office of Child Representation and as well as the Youth and Children Justice Division of the Travis County District Attorney’s Office. She spent her summers with the Human Trafficking and Transnational Organized Crime Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General and working with immigrant survivors of gender based violence and abuse at the Tahirih Justice Center in Houston.