Sadie McLaughlin is a staff attorney at the Texas Advocacy Project in Austin. She started her work there as a fellow, focused on the intersection of gun violence and intimate partner violence, particularly with respect to rural victims, supported by a Mike A. Myers Fellowship in Public Interest Law. The fellowship is funded by Mike A. Myers ’63 and administered by the Justice Center.
At Texas Law, Sadie was president of Texas Law Fellowships, staff editor of the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, a member of the Public Interest Law Association and the Chicano/Hispanic Law Students Association, and a director of Assault & Flattery, the law school’s musical parody theatre troupe. She volunteered for a number of pro bono projects, including Pro Bono in January, and was a student in the Immigration Clinic and the Domestic Violence Clinic. She spent her 1L summer with the Texas Advocacy Project and her 2L summer with the Family Violence Division of the Travis County Attorney’s Office, both in Austin.