Monday, November 4, 2013

Public Interest Brown Bag Series: Texas Access to Justice Commission
The Public Interest Brown Bag Series is a series of programs hosted by the CDO which focus on opportunities in the public sector. On Thursday November 14, join us for the second installment focusing on the Texas Access to Justice Commission.

The Texas Access to Justice Commission (TAJC), created by the Supreme Court of Texas in 2001, is charged with developing and implementing initiatives designed to expand access to, and enhance the quality of, justice in civil legal matters for low-income Texas. TAJC offers a variety of ways for students to help their community while advancing their careers in public interest.

Kristen Levins, TAJC Program Attorney, will be on campus Thursday, November 14th from 12 -1 to talk to students about the funded internship, pro bono spring break, and loan repayment programs, among others. Space is limited, so please RSVP to Bhavika Shah at Snacks and drinks will be provided, but please feel free to bring your lunch.