June 15, 2005
Dr. Michael Naugton of the University of Bristol Law School is the director of a new Innocence Project. The clinic is modeled after Innocence Project clinics in the United States and, according to the University, this is the first such project in the United Kingdom. Bristol law students will work on 'live client' cases of alleged wrongful convictions in collaboration with local criminal defence lawyers.
Naughton is a widely-published scholar on criminal justice issues and frequently writes about wrongful convictions. You can learn more about the project by reading an article in the June 14, 2005 Guardian.
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