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South Texas College of Law, Houston (2022)
Member of the Pro Bono College
Texas A&M University (2015)
Externship: Geranios Language
Institute, Dos Hermanas, Spain
Licensed in the State of Texas
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
Christin Pacher is a former English teacher for College Station ISD. During her time as a teacher, Christin learned the nuances of the special education world and found an interest in advocating for students and her fellow teachers. The experience Christin gained in the classroom allows her to relate to the teachers and administers in a unique way.
Christin earned her law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston. There, she participated in Randall O. Sorrels Pro Bono Clinics, where she earned Honors in both Family Law Clinic and Probate Clinic. Prior to law school, Christin attended Texas A&M University where she majored in International Business with a minor in Spanish. During her time at Texas A&M she was able to study and work abroad in Spain, teaching English in a language school.
Christin is excited to be at Walsh Gallegos working with school districts and educators in order to make education the best it can be for their students.
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