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IPSA at the Annual Celebration of Constitution Day

Monday, September 19, 2011   (0 Comments)
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The Innocence Project Student Association (IPSA) attended the Annual Celebration of Constitution Day last week at Georgetown Law Center. At the event, IPSA heard notable speakers discuss how flaws in the criminal justice system result in wrongful convictions. After the panel discussion, IPSA attended a reception and networked with criminal justice advocates.

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Amelia French, 1L; Sakinda Skinner, 3L; Nancy Petro,
Criminal Justice Advocate; Brianna Ford, 3L; Julia Gagne, 1L.

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Amelia French, 1L; Sakinda Skinner, 3L; Brianna Ford, 3L;
Julia Gagne, 1L; Jim Petro, former Ohio Attorney General.


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Amelia French, 1L; Sakinda Skinner, 3L; Shawn Armbrust,
Director, Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project; Brianna Ford, 3L; Julia Gagne, 1L.



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