Texas A&M Law Fellows

The Texas A&M Law Fellowship is a student run organization devoted to raising awareness of legal work in the public interest sector. The fellowship program funds internships for deserving law school students performing public interest law work during the summer to provide crucial legal services to those in need.

The Fellowship program is funded in part by the Annual Fellowship ​Gala & Auction. Funds raised at this event allow students to help attorneys and legal programs dedicated to providing legal services to people who would otherwise be unable to afford them. Sponsorship opportunities available.

2016-2017 Law Fellows

Travis-Alley
Elizabeth-Anderson
Byron-Bailey
Kathryn-Bradley
William-Campbell
Tie-She-Chavez
Colleen-Cornelison
E-Samuel-Crecelius
Leah-Dintino
Frances-Finley
Gregory-Franklin
Jake-Jensen
Robin-Mills
Elan-Moore
Gabrielle-Morales
Emma-Nystrom
Madeline-Pricer
Joshua-Ramirez
Elizabeth-Shannon
Andrea-Smith
Catherine-Stanley
Henrik-Strand
Joshua-Wahl
Gregory-Will
Sean-Willliams