Annual Symposium

The annual Miscarriages of Justice Symposium is held at the University of Greenwich. It not only aims to raise awareness of the work of the Innocence Project London, but also of issues in and with the criminal justice system.

 

Each year student caseworkers talk about their casework and their experience of innocence work alongside guest speakers from around the world who share their experiences in the criminal
justice system.

 

The 2021 symposium was held online. A student panel was interviewed about their casework and Professor Brandon Garrett Duke University School of Law (USA), John Kamara (victim of miscarriage of justice in England) and Dean Gillispie (exoneree from Ohio) discussed what innocence work has meant to them.

 

IPL students recorded pecha kucha presentations about their case work which you can watch below.

 

The symposium was recorded and the recording can be accessed here