Natalie Neill was a research assistant to Professor Angela Littwin on topics related to bankruptcy and debt and a co-organizer of GRITS, the student-led Getting Radical in the South conference. She served as a Mithoff Pro Bono Scholar for the Driver License Reclamation Project and volunteered as an Income Tax Assistance site manager for Foundation Communities in Austin. She participated in the Civil Rights Clinic and Domestic Violence Clinic, and worked with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid in Austin focusing on predatory lending and debt collection and with the Public Justice Center in Baltimore, Maryland focusing on housing and workplace justice issues.
Natalie will begin her career in consumer protection law working as an Honors Attorney in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, D.C.
- Students receive 2018 G. Rollie White Trust Public Interest Summer Fellowships
- Summer Stories: The 2018 G. Rollie White Trust Public Interest Summer Fellows
- 2018-19 Pro Bono Scholars
- Justice Center Names 2018-19 Public Service Scholars
- 2019 Whitehurst Public Interest Summer Fellows Announced
- Eight members of the class of 2020 receive Graduating Student Awards