Tyler is a second-year JD student at the UT School of Law. Prior to law school, he worked as a High School teacher. He spent the past summer at the Public Defender Service of D.C. While there, he advocated on behalf of people incarcerated in the D.C. Jail, assisted in correspondence with people incarcerated in federal prisons across the country, and helped clients overcome barriers to reentry. He has also worked with the Law School’s pro bono programs including the Expunction Project and the Texas Jail Voting Rights Project. At PJIL, Tyler conducts research and produces written materials on state laws governing conditions of confinement at correctional facilities around the country.