Clinic: Actual Innocence - Skills
ACTUAL INNOCENCE CLINIC IS A 6-HR. CLINIC. STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR BOTH 397C AND 397D. Instructors are Clinical Professor William P. Allison, Clinical Instructor Tiffany Dowling and Adjunct Professors Marjorie I. Bachman, Gerry Morris, David A. Sheppard and Larry F. York. This is a six-credit, pass/fail clinic. IT IS OPEN TO ALL SECOND- AND THIRD-YEAR STUDENTS. You do not have to have a student bar card or qualify under the student practice act to take the Actual Innocence Clinic. Acting under the supervision of the instructors and staff, students screen and investigate claims from inmates in Texas and elsewhere that they are actually innocent of the offenses for which they are incarcerated. If an inmate makes it through our rigorous screening and investigation process, the student or students assigned to the case will participate in the process of exoneration. The Clinic meets each Monday afternoon during the semester from 3:30 to 5:20 to analyze topics in actual innocence law and procedure and to discuss clinic cases. Attendance is required. In addition to selecting the Clinic during Early Registration, students must fill out a short application.
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Allison, William P.