Legal Legacy Project, Inc.
A Texas Nonprofit Organization
IRS Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3)
The Clinic Logistics Branch coordinates our legal aid clinics and plans all logistical details.
Director of Clinic Logistics
Carla Rodriguez is a senior at Incarnate Word High School in San Antonio, Texas. Due to gaining an interest in the legal system while having a judge as a father, she got hands-on experience as an intern at The Bexar County Family Justice Center. After spending the past two summers there, she quickly realized the extreme and urgent need for quality legal representation. Carla is grateful to have been given this opportunity and is excited to work alongside individuals who are passionate about assisting those in need.
Assistant Director of Clinic Logistics
Anna Albrecht is a sophomore at Saint Mary’s Hall in San Antonio, Texas. Daughter of an attorney, she is aware of the effects of the justice system failing those who need it. She is grateful that Shilpa has given her this opportunity to be hands-on in helping bring more support and justice to the community.
Agents of Clinic Logistics
Sarah Malik is a sophomore at Keystone School in San Antonio, Texas. In her free time, she enjoys playing basketball, debating, learning about the justice system, and participating in Model UN. Sarah is very excited to join the Legal Legacy Project team because she wants to help families who do not have access to legal aid get the services they need. In the future, Sarah hopes to work in law or politics.
Sarah is a rising senior at Saint Mary's Hall in San Antonio, Texas. Through volunteering with organizations such as Haven for Hope and the Food Bank, Sarah recognizes the impact of poverty upon legal disparities. The daughter of physicians, she has been exposed to the legal struggles disadvantaged patients encounter. A passionate volunteer, she is excited to assist in providing accessible legal aid to her community.