Making an Application
Applicants to the IPL are required to complete a preliminary questionnaire. The ‘guidance for applicants’ explains the case assessment process and the eligibility criteria. To start the case assessment process, we require a copy of the Judges summing up, and documents in relation to any appeals e.g. grounds for appeal and Court of Appeal judgment.
The policy of the Innocence Project London is to assess a case using information from the completed preliminary questionnaire in which the applicant consents to the use of the trial summing-up, and where available the judgment from the Court of Appeal and associated appeal documents.
The case assessment will be carried out by individuals working on the Innocence Project London including the volunteer students and the Directors of the Project and lawyers instructed by the Project. We fully respect your right to privacy and actively seek to preserve the privacy rights of those who share information with the Project.
To make an application, please download the preliminary questionnaire and accompanying guidance. When completed, the form and a copy of the Judges summing up and relevant appeal documents can be returned by post to:
Innocence Project London,
School of Law,
University of Greenwich,
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich,
Or by email to: Louise.Hewitt@greenwich.ac.uk
You can download an application on this page or if you require an application pack to be posted to you please email the Director, Dr Louise Hewitt here.
Guidance for New Applicants