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I’m a born-and-raised San Antonian and a repeat Longhorn—I got my undergrad degree from UT in 2011, and now I’m a third-year student at The University of Texas School of Law.
Before law school, I worked for the ACLU’s National Prison Project and its Campaign to End Mass Incarceration. In law school, I’ve worked for Texas RioGrande Legal Aid on housing cases, D.C.’s Public Defender Service on felony cases, and for UT’s Civil Rights Clinic and Criminal Defense Clinic. I’m interning with TCRP this spring because they’re fighting the good fight, protecting Texans’ civil rights and civil liberties.
After graduation, I’ll be clerking for Judge Robert Pitman on the Western District of Texas. In my free time, I like to play pickup basketball, read long fiction, and annoy my cats.
Alex Stamm, University of Texas
I am from Phoenix, Arizona and am in the middle of my first year at the University of Texas School of Law. I graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in International Political Economy. Before coming to law school, I worked for a special needs trust non-profit helping people with disabilities manage their funds while also making sure they maintained eligibility for government benefits. I came to law school because I wanted to develop the tools to help people in the most significant way I could think of, to make sure they are empowered by their rights. I chose to be a law clerk at TCRP because I will be able to learn invaluable lessons about what it takes to advance justice for marginalized communities.
Taylor Loynd, University of Texas