KGACLC Advisory Board

Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center

The Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center is a project of Santa Clara University, and as such the University’s Board of Trustees is its governing body. However, the KGACLC recognizes the need to be responsive to those it is intended to serve, and therefore has its own Advisory Board, which meets quarterly or as needs may dictate. The members are listed below.

Alison BeachAlison Beach JD ’20
Sr. Associate of Development
Stanford University

Brittany HysniBrittany Hysni
Vice President of Legal and Business Affairs and General Counsel
The Upper Deck Company

Sara FolchiSara Folchi
Attorney at Law
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Robert GreeleyRobert E. Greeley JD ’97
Attorney at Law
Law Office of Robert E. Greeley

Sylvia KennedySylvia Kennedy JD ’94
Attorney at Law
Senior Adult Legal Assistance

Steven KahnSteven Kahn JD ’04
Attorney at Law
Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel

Laura Best Laporte JD '80 Laura Best LaPorte JD ’80
Best Medicare Solution

James LindfeltJames Lindfelt JD ’10
Attorney at Law
PayPal, Inc.

Delma LockeDelma Locke JD ’95, Chair
Chief Legal Officer

Estela LopezEstela Lopez Gilliam JD ’97

Iustina MigneaIustina Mignea JD ’11
Attorney at Law
Mignea Law

Kristen NevarezKristen Nevarez JD ’96
Managing Partner
Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Kevin OsborneKevin M. Osborne JD ’07
Erickson Kramer Osborne LLP

Carlos RosarioCarlos Rosario JD ’11
Attorney at Law

NeChele RuckerNeChele Rucker JD ’09
Attorney at Law
Meta Platforms, Inc.

Patricia TimmPatricia Montalvo Timm JD ’96

Bart VolkmerBart Volkmer JD ’02
Attorney at Law
Dropbox, Inc.

Katharine White Katharine White JD ’12
Litigation Services Managing Attorney, Bay Area
Latham & Watkins LLP

“The Law Center opened its doors while I was in law school. I was fortunate enough to help with client intake for day laborers in those early days. Twenty years later I came back for the 20th reunion and got re-acquainted with my law school peers and was so impressed at what the Law Center had become. I feel so fortunate to now be able to support this amazing organization and give back to my community.” – Patricia Timm JD ’96

“The Law Center was one of my best experiences in law school – by far the most relevant, useful, and meaningful teaching and mentoring I received. It is a fantastic resource for students and, of course, an invaluable asset to the community it serves. Also, my work at the law center helped me pass the bar! The first case file essay dealt with representing a client with CLRA claims. My fellow Law Center certified law student Chris D’Anjou sat a few rows behind me in the test center, and we looked at each other after reading the prompt and just laughed at our luck.” – Steven Kahn JD ’04