William and Mary Law School

January 26 Symposium on the Death Penalty

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.

Participants include:

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

John C. Tucker, former criminal defense attorney and author of May God Have Mercy: A True Story of Crime and Punishment (WW Norton & Co.)

Davison Douglas, Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law

The Hon. Tommy E. Miller '73 will moderate.

For more information, please email Latoya Asia '09 (lcasia@wm.edu) or Christina Murtaugh '09 (clmurt@wm.edu) or call 757-221-1840.