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Megan Sheffield, Pro Bono Scholar for 2012–2013.

National Pro Bono Week at UT Law: Spotlight on the 2012–2013 Pro Bono Scholar

In celebration of National Pro Bono Week (October 21–27, 2012), the UT Law Pro Bono Program is pleased to announce that third-year student Megan Sheffield has been selected to serve as a Pro Bono Scholar for the 2012–2013 academic year. The Pro Bono Scholars Program provides scholarships to second- and third-year students who commit to working with the UT Law Pro Bono Program a minimum of three hundred hours during the academic year. The scholars plan and implement pro bono projects and conduct research and outreach that furthers the mission of the program.


Nikiya Natale, 2012–2013 Baron & Budd Public Interest Scholar.

Nikiya Natale receives 2012–2013 Baron & Budd Public Interest Scholarship

Nikiya Natale, a third-year student at the University of Texas School of Law, has been selected to receive a Baron & Budd Public Interest Scholarship for the 2012–2013 academic year.


Salima Pirmohamed, 2012 Whitehurst Public Interest Summer Fellow.

Summer Fellowship Stories

Every summer, UT Law students carry out public-interest legal work thanks to fellowships funded by donations to the Law School and administered by the Law School’s William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law. We will be adding more stories about our Summer 2012 Fellows and the work they did over the coming weeks.