Actual Innocence Clinic
Students in the Actual Innocence Clinic screen and investigate claims by inmates that they are actually innocent of the offenses for which they are incarcerated. While investigating cases, students typically interview witnesses, research cases, review trial transcripts, and visit inmates in prison. The weekly clinic class addresses topics relevant to actual innocence law and procedure.
The Actual Innocence Clinic is a project of the Budd Innocence Project.