Alex Clark: Access to Justice
Alex Clark earned his B.A. in Philosophy in May 2014 and went on to volunteer two terms with the Justice for Montanans AmeriCorps Project. As an AmeriCorps, Alex administered a DIY bankruptcy program, developed self-help materials, conducted countless intakes with clients, and later coordinated the Western Montana Bar Association pro bono Program. Alex currently manages outreach and technology development at a non-profit law firm serving low-income Montanans. Not ironically, studying Heidegger, among other great thinkers, gave Alex the skills and tools to thrive in an ever-evolving field at the crossroads of technology, law, and public interest work.