Marguerite Schauer

Staff Attorney

Marguerite Schauer joined Project Guardianship in June of 2022. Her previous experience is in criminal defense and advocacy for reform of the criminal legal system. She was a public defense attorney on the West Coast and a parole revocation defense attorney at the Legal Aid Society, as well as a staff attorney at the Center for HIV Law & Policy, where she advocated for reforming laws that criminalize people living with HIV. Marguerite is excited to take on a new sort of role at PG, advocating for the interests of people under guardianships in a manner that respects the dignity of each individual. Marguerite received a JD with a Certificate in Public Interest Law from Lewis & Clark Law School and a BA from the Evergreen State College.