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Law Graduate Earns State Pro Bono Award

Renee Brosch honored by the Texas Supreme Court for her pro bono contributions to the underserved community.

Written by Leslie Cranford

Renee Brosch of Granger

Renee Brosch of Granger graduated from the Texas Tech School of Law in May, 2009.

A Texas Tech University School of Law graduate recently received a state award for her commitment to the provision of legal services to the poor.

The Texas Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission Law Student Pro Bono Award has been given to Renee Brosch, a May law graduate from Granger. The award recognizes a law student whose pro bono work has made a significant impact on the community and reflects a passion for advocating on behalf of underserved populations.

In 2008, Texas Tech’s School of Law received the inaugural Law School Commitment to Service Award, presented by the same organization.

Walt Huffman, dean of the law school, says Texas Tech continues to be a leader among Texas law schools in promoting pro bono service.

“For us to be the only law school selected for the inaugural public service award last year, and then to have Ms. Brosch recognized this year from among all the law students in Texas is really a quite special – and quite significant – combined achievement,” Huffman said. “The awards emphasize Texas Tech’s leadership in public interest law and pro bono service to those less fortunate.”

Brosch will be honored at the New Lawyer Induction Ceremony in Austin on Nov. 16, and be presented with a $2,000 stipend in recognition of her efforts.

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14 Responses to “Law Graduate Earns State Pro Bono Award”

  1. Beverly Finch Says:

    Way to go Renee. What a terrific honor for you and for TTU.

  2. Kathleen Repa Says:

    Way to go Renee. I am so proud of you!

  3. Eileen Rosipal Says:

    Congratulations. We have been and continue to be very proud of you. Keep up the good work!

  4. Arleen Brosch Says:

    Good job Renee, you make your mother proud. I love you
    Mom

  5. Tina Rowe Says:

    I am so proud of you! I knew that you would find a way to shine! Congratulations!

  6. Suzanne Brosch Says:

    We are all so proud of you and your many achievements. You have set your goals, worked hard and achieved them. Helping those who would otherwise not be able to understand or travel the legal system is doing God’s work.

  7. Sandra Shirley Says:

    Way to go Renee! Congrats…girl I don’t see where you have the time to achieve so much… but you do your job well, and at the same time, you help out people who really need it. Good job!

  8. Ernest S Carrizales Says:

    Congratulations!! I am proud to know you. You are truly one of your Mom’s pearls!

  9. Terry Secrest, LCSW Says:

    I had the privilege of working closely with Renee a couple of months last summer. She is one of the most dedicated individuals I’ve met and I am not at all surprised she won this award. In addition to putting in a lot of hours while she was with us, she was excited about her work and interested in making a difference. Renee is one outstanding human being. I send my sincerest ‘CONGRATULATIONS!’ Terry Secrest, LCSW at Texas RioGrande Legal Aid

  10. Kathryn Roberts Estrada Says:

    Renee!!!!!!!! I AM SO SO SO…..SO proud of you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You shined in second grade, when you were my student. You continue as my friend!! Your Aunt Suzanne said it the best!! I am honored to know you Renee, and I love you very much!
    BOTH you and Tina…are your mom’s pearls!!

  11. Ursula + Markus Ging Says:

    Hello Renee. This is a very good job you did! Congratulations. The world need persons like you looking for the rights of underprivileged people. Go ahead! Greeting from Switzerland and God bless you!

  12. Kayla Talbott Says:

    Congratulations. I’m so happy for you. You are such an ambitious, dertermined, and smart person. I continue to wish great things for you.

  13. Jessica Cassidy Says:

    Congratulations to Renee! I had the pleasure of getting to work with her during the summer 2008 at Texas RioGrande Legal Aid in Austin – it’s fantastic that this award went to such an amazing advocate!

  14. Desiree Johnson Says:

    Good Job Renee ! I Wish The Best Of Luck For You ! I Know Im Late But I Just Want To Say Thanks For Everything ! You Were An Amazing Person To Me And A Very Good Role Model ! Thanks…ALOT :) <3

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