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William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

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Expunction Project Team

(l-r) Professor King Davis, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis, and Helen Gaebler, Justice Center Senior Research Attorney, with Jessica Wilson, '12, and Sarah Bryant, '14, research assistants on the Expunction and Non-Disclosure Project

Justice Center projects engage students in a range of policy-oriented legal research.  The research program has facilitated student work on foster youth and immigration law for Texas RioGrande Legal Aid’s Foster Youth Justice Project, on the right to counsel in civil cases for an ABA judges’ bench book, and on the criminalization of HIV transmission and housing policy for the mentally ill for two studies by the UT Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis.

Over the past two years, students have provided valuable legal research assistance to:

  • American Bar Association
  • Children’s Defense Fund of Texas
  • Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
  • Texas Supportive Housing Coalition
  • Travis County Juvenile Court
Helen Gaebler and Rachel Stone

Helen Gaebler (right), Justice Center Senior Research Attorney, with research assistant Rachel Stone, '11

For more information about pro bono research opportunities at UT Law, please visit www.utlawprobono.org.

 

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