The Black Law Students Association and the Students for Innocence Project will host a symposium on the death penalty at the Law School on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the McGlothlin Courtroom and room 133. The symposium is free and all are welcome.
Kirk Bloodsworth, the first person to have a capital conviction overturned on the basis of DNA evidence; Mr. Bloodsworth now works at The Justice Project
John Terzano, President of The Justice Project
Davison Douglas, Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law
The Hon. Tommy E. Miller '73 will moderate.
For more information, please email Latoya Asia '09 (email@example.com) or Christina Murtaugh '09 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 757-221-1840.