B.A. in English, University of Texas at Austin, 2013
Specialties and Courses
In law school, Eufracio participated in The Scholar: Law Review on Race and Social Justice as a staff writer for Volume 17 and as a member of the Editorial Board for Volume 18. In Scholar, she focused on the effect of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, Inc. on LGBT rights. Through Scholar, Eufracio mentored other law students on social issues and in the legal writing and editing process. Her experience in Scholar fostered her desire to speak up for and defend disadvantaged individuals in her community. She was also a Student Attorney for the Center for Legal and Social Justice: Immigration and Human Rights Clinic where her passion for immigration law and public service grew. At the IHR, her work consisted of advocating for asylees in immigration proceedings. Her experience as a Student Attorney is what led her to work for the IHR Clinic as a Fellow.
Honors and Awards
Francisco Leos Award for Excellence in Clinical Studies, St. Mary's University School of Law, 2015-2016
Volume 17 Comment of the Year, The Scholar: Law Review on Race and Social Justice, 2015
Articles in a Periodical
Venturing into a Minefield: Potential Effects of the Hobby Lobby Decision on the LGBT Community, 18 Scholar 107 (2016).