Ted Oswald is the first recipient of Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia‘s (CLCP) Incarnational Legal Fellowship. A graduate from the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University in 2011, he has a bachelors from the University of California, Davis in international relations and a graduate diploma in forced migration and refugee studies from the American University in Cairo. His studies in law school focused upon immigration advocacy, environmental justice and international human rights law. He lives in the Hunting Park neighborhood of Philadelphia where CLCP’s offices are based.
A practicing attorney for over 20 years, Anna Waldherr is today a writer and advocate for the poor. She is the author of The Rose Garden – A Daughter’s Story, a first-hand account of child abuse and recovery, and An Evangelical on the Left, an examination of the politics of religion and the place of faith in public life. You can find her website and blog at www.avoicereclaimed.com.
Daniel Colbert is a self-employed attorney. He volunteers at Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia, and is currently working as a contract attorney to update CLCP’s resources in the areas of property law and public housing. Daniel graduated from the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University with a concentration in Health Law in 2011. He has bachelors degrees in political science and history from the University of Kansas. He lives in South Philadelphia and is passionate about exploring creative ways for lawyers to impact communities, businesses, and each other through Christ.