Tori Clark is a third-year J.D. student at Texas Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy from Texas A&M University.
Tori’s interests lie at the intersections of American constitutional law, criminal law, and federal Indian law, with an emphasis on child exploitation crimes. Tori has clerked with the U.S. Department of Justice, the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, and various political offices. In addition to her work as a Research Fellow, Tori is currently working on a project that explores the constitutionality of the federal Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). Tori also serves as the editor in chief of the American Journal of Criminal Law. After graduation, Tori will return to her hometown of Houston to serve as a law clerk in federal district court.
Tori is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and has deep roots in Oklahoma on both sides of her family. Tori’s hobbies include yoga, kickboxing, exploring the outdoors, and spending time with her wonderful family and friends.