SAVE THE DATE: Feb. 21 Luncheon with Barry Scheck “Innocence: Then and Now”

LAI

Join us to celebrate Loyola’s Life After Innocence
with Barry Scheck
“Innocence: Then and Now”

SAVE THE DATE
Friday, February 21st, 2014
Luncheon 12:00 p.m.

Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Kasbeer Hall (15th Floor)
25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago
Tickets and donation information will be available soon.

Your donation will support Loyola University Chicago’s Life After Innocence and its efforts to (1) create a summer fellowship for an exoneree (2) send exonerees to the Innocence Network Conference, (3) continue advocating for legislative reform on behalf of Illinois exonerees.

LAIBarry Scheck is one of the most famous lawyers in the nation, having done extensive trial and appellate litigation in significant civil rights and criminal defense cases. He is co-founder and co-director of the Innocence Project, which uses DNA evidence to exonerate the wrongly convicted.  More than 300 individuals have been exonerated in the United States through post-conviction DNA testing. More than 1200 people have been exonerated in the United States. Life After Innocence is the only after-care organization in the country providing legal and social support to exonerees. For more information contact lifeafterinnocence@luc.edu.

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