Conference: Flawed Forensics & Innocence

February 24, 2016 at 9:41 pm Leave a comment

The West Virginia Law Review is hosting its symposium entitled Flawed Forensics & Innocence on March 3-4, 2016 at the West Virginia University College of Law. The event aims to educate the public and, hopefully, spark meaningful debate in the legal community regarding the need to make criminal justice reform a priority. The symposium schedule and the schedule information are available.

Click here for more information.

Topics: Conferences & Symposia; Criminal Law; Law & Public Policy. 



Entry filed under: Conferences and Symposia, Criminal Law, Law & Public Policy.

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