The center has educated students, faculty, and attorneys about public interest legal issues while delivering critical legal services to underserved populations.
Source: Deborah Lynn Blumberg

EmPOWERed for Public Interest is a Justice Center initiative designed to support students whose lived experiences intersect with the legal systems they seek to challenge in their careers.
Ana Cruz ’24, legal fellow Cassie Geiken ’22, and project director Prof. Helen Gaebler

Advocacy can make all the difference. While it isn’t required, Texas inmates are permitted to have representation at their parole hearings.
Source: Deborah Blumberg

Students spent the last week of their winter vacations providing immigration-related pro bono assistance, supervised by faculty members and ProBAR attorneys