Unbound Passion: Allison Byrd's Journey to End Human Trafficking

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Apr 23, 2024 4:51:10 PM

Many people often discover their calling in life during adulthood. However, Allison Byrd, a 3L and Fort Worth-native, found her calling long before she graduated high school. By the age of 13, she realized that she could be an ambassador for change in her pursuit to combat human trafficking. Since then, she has cultivated that calling and helped establish similar frameworks on an international level.  

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Alumni Spotlight: Wei Wu ’22

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Nov 3, 2023 1:44:20 PM

Wei Wu’s journey to law school is a testament to the strength of diversity. Wei is the first in her family to graduate college, the first to pursue a graduate degree, and the first in her generation to achieve numerous milestones — displaying the tenacity and resilience that define her character.  

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Running Toward Your Goals: Carolyn Hoffmann ’89, ’23

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Apr 26, 2023 12:48:01 PM

The Boston Marathon is one of the world’s most beloved sporting events and hosts thousands of runners and spectators annually. Carolyn Hoffmann ’89, ’23, an M.Jur student, recently fulfilled a personal goal by completing the 127th iteration of the marathon on April 17. 

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Motivated by injustice, inspired by action: Tiffany Daniels ’22

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Mar 1, 2023 1:01:57 PM

Tiffany Daniels ’22 journey to law school wasn’t traditional, but that didn’t stop her from breaking down barriers and making a difference as a prosecutor. 

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Student Spotlight: Danyelle Honoré ’25

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Jan 23, 2023 4:59:12 PM

Danyelle Honoré ’25 has an unquestionable sense of purpose. The first-year law student and Marshall-Motley Scholar is passionate about social justice, civil rights, and activism. Her law school experiences continue to shape her ambitions for a more equitable and empowered future. 

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