Meredith Luneack is a staff attorney with the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center in the Detroit area. Immediately after law school, she worked for the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice providing assistance to immigrants in Louisiana. Meredith's work was funded by the Julius Glickman Fellowship in Public Interest Law, a Texas Law post-graduate fellowship administered by the Justice Center.
At Texas Law, Meredith was president of OUTLaw, a member of the Law School’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, and a co-organizer of GRITS, the student-led Getting Radical in the South conference. Meredith participated in the Mithoff Pro Bono Program’s winter break trip to south Texas all three years and was a Mithoff Pro Bono Scholar, assisting with immigration matters as a 3L and with the Gender Affirmation Project as a 2L. Meredith participated in the Criminal Defense Clinic and Immigration Clinic, and worked for the Capital Area Private Defender Service in Austin and the Detroit Justice Center in Detroit, Michigan.
- Students receive 2018 Baron & Budd Public Interest Summer Fellowships
- 2018-19 Pro Bono Scholars
- 2019 Whitehurst Public Interest Summer Fellows Announced
- 2019-20 Pro Bono Scholars
- Eight members of the class of 2020 receive Graduating Student Awards
- Seven Members of the Class of 2020 Awarded Texas Law Postgraduate Public Interest Fellowships