To everyone who was able to attend, thank you for making our 9th Annual Awards Luncheon such a big success! We are still working to meet our goal of raising $21,000 in honor of the 21 men we’ve helped exonerate.
Join us for a free, half-day conference in Baltimore — our first event with our new affiliate, the University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic!WHEN
Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016, 11am – 5:45pmLOCATION
John and Frances Angelos Law Center 12th floor University of Baltimore School of Law 1401 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201SCHEDULE
11am-12:00pm: Registration (includes picking up boxed lunches) 12:00-12:30pm: Welcome from MAIP Executive Director, Shawn Armbrust & UBIPC Director, Michele Nethercott 12:30-1:00pm: Remarks from Maryland Exonerees (George Seward & Demetrius Smith) 1:00-2:00pm: The Legislative Response to Wrongful Convictions – Panelists: Rebecca Brown from the Innocence Project, and legislators – Moderator: TBD 2:00-2:15pm: Break 2:15-3:45pm: Litigating Innocence Cases in Maryland – The Defense Perspective – Panelists: Booth Ripke from Nathans & Biddle LLP, Don Salzman, Pro Bono Counsel from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP and Steve Mercer, Chief Attorney for the Forensics Division of the Maryland Office ...
Please join us for a fundraiser as we officially celebrate the University of Baltimore Innocence Project Clinic joining forces with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project, with special guest speaker Laura Nirider (“Making a Murderer”)!WHEN
Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016, 6pm – 8pmLOCATION
John and Frances Angelos Law Center 12th floor University of Baltimore School of Law 1401 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 [Directions]EVENT DETAILS
Join us at this inaugural fundraiser for our Maryland Expert Fund. This new fund will support our joint efforts to prevent and correct wrongful convictions in Maryland by enabling our legal team to continue to provide quality investigations that often require expensive experts. We hope to raise $25,000 at the reception to kick start the ...
Members of MAIP’s staff and volunteers from our Young Professionals Steering Committee are working with GW Law School staff and faculty to present a half-day conference in fall 2016 for CLE credits in ethics. We hope to make this an annual offering to area lawyers.