The University of Texas at Austin   School of Law

William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

“That they may truly and impartially administer justice”

University of Texas School of Law
September 7, 2013
2-5 p.m. (check-in Jamail Pavilion from 1:30-2)

About the Event:
Incoming students are invited to attend this afternoon event, created to introduce students lawyering for social change in Austin and beyond, connect students with like-minded students and attorneys, and inspire students to dedicate their careers to social change across the non-profit, government, and private sectors.

Keynote Speaker:


Keynote Speaker Sarah Buel

Buel, a survivor of domestic violence, has worked for more than 30 years with battered women and children. She was a welfare mother for a short time before working full time in the day and going to school at night for seven years to obtain her undergraduate degree in 1987. She graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1990.  For six years she was a prosecutor in Massachusetts, helping to establish award-winning domestic violence and juvenile programs.  In 1996, NBC called her one of the five most inspiring women in America.

Prior to joining the faculty at ASU, Buel was a clinical professor at UT Law, where she founded the Domestic Violence Clinic, and also taught Domestic Violence and the Law, Criminal Law, and Torts.

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Contact Information:

John Myers (Center Administrator/Event Organizer)
jmyers@law.utexas.edu / (512)232-6277

Rachel Sidopulos (Center Administrator/Event Organizer)
rsidopulos@law.utexas.edu / (512)232-6277

Andrew Hill (Center Administrator)
ahill@law.utexas.edu / (512)232-1989

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