Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when Serial co-creators Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder come together to take the audience backstage in this cultural phenomenon, using some of their favorite tape to narrate personal stories about the ups and downs of creating a new form of modern storytelling.
Join the Innocence Project of Minnesota and the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers at our Spring Continuing Legal Education Seminar at the Beautiful Commons Hotel on the University of Minnesota campus. This seminar outlining wrongful conviction in the political context, with special focus on the Ted Stevens' case. CLE faculty panel will include: Craig Singer of Williams & Connolly LLP (Defense Attorney for former Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens), Jon Hopeman and Marnie Fearon of Gray Plant Mooty.
We are proud to announce Reade Seligmann as the featured speaker at this year’s Benefit for Innocence. Reade is one of the three falsely accused players exonerated in the Duke Lacrosse case in 2007. He has since worked alongside the Innocence Project to advocate for eyewitness identification and exoneree compensation reform. Reade is an active member of the Innocence Project’s Young Professionals Committee and is a litigation associate at Alston & Bird LLP in New York City.