Theresa Newman '88, clinical professor of law, co-director of the Wrongful Convictions Clinic, and associate director of the Duke Law School Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility, will discuss the work of the Innocence Project and Wrongful Convictions Clinic. Newman also serves as faculty adviser to the Law School's student-led Innocence Project, as president of the North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence, and as a member of the North Carolina Chief Justice's Criminal Justice Study Commission (formerly the Commission on Actual Innocence). She also served as president of the (International) Innocence Network from 2003 until this past March. For more information, contact Stephanie De Falco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Distinguished Chair awards
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