Texas Law Faculty Postgraduate Fellowship in Public Interest Law

The Texas Law Faculty Postgraduate Fellowship in Public Interest Law was established in 2005 through generous contributions from members of the law faculty and the Law School. Between 2005 and 2013, the fellowship funded seven outstanding graduates work to with a variety of public interest legal organizations on behalf of underrepresented individuals or groups.

(no longer available)

Texas Law Faculty Postgraduate Fellowship Recipients:

2013

Megan Sheffield
Casa Marianella Immigration Legal Services
Immigration Services for Immigrant Women & Youth

2009

Terry Schuster
Juvenile Law Center
Juvenile Justice

2008

Aaron Johnson
Equal Justice Center
The Access to Justice for Unpaid Immigrant Workers Project

2007

Selina Llaguno
Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence

Elizabeth Wagoner
Make the Road by Walking
The Immigrant Women’s Workplace Justice Project

2006

Allen Cooper
Equal Justice Center
Injured Poultry Worker Justice Project

2005

Bronwyn Blake
Women’s Advocacy Project
Teen Justice Initiative

For more information, please email: justicecenter@law.utexas.edu

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