New England Innocence Project Panel
The New England Innocence Project Panel will feature Senior Staff Attorney Stephanie Roberts Hartung and exoneree Sean Ellis. Stephanie and Sean will discuss wrongful convictions and their impact on a systemic level and individual level.
Welcome - Senior Staff Attorney Stephanie Roberts Hartung
Prior to joining NEIP in 2022, Stephanie was a law professor in Boston for 19 years. As a faculty member at Suffolk and Northeastern Law Schools, she taught courses focusing on lawyering skills, wrongful convictions, appellate advocacy, and social justice. Her research and scholarship focused on wrongful convictions and criminal procedure. For the last ten years, Stephanie has also served on NEIP’s Board of Trustees, and has authored multiple amicus briefs and law review articles on issues relating to DNA testing, flawed forensic evidence, and the “confluence of factors” approach to post-conviction review of innocence claims. Before joining academia, she worked as a public defender in California, where she advocated for indigent people charged with criminal offenses. Pronouns: she/her/hers
Learn more about the New England Innocence Project here.
Co-Sponsored by Roger Williams University School of Law Feinstein Center, the Criminal Law Society, and the American Constitution Society.
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