Innocence Project London

Sharing some of the stories of what innocent and crime means and introducing the Innocence Project London.

Show Notes

This is the pilot episode of a podcast about the work of the Innocence Project London, part of the global innocence movement. It aims to provide an honest account of how difficult this work is and why it matters, both to reform of the Criminal Justice System as well as in providing experiential learning to law and criminology students at the UoG.

What is Innocence Project London?

The Innocence Project London (IPL) is a pro bono organisation where students work with lawyers and academics to deconstruct claims of innocence from convicted individuals who have exhausted the criminal appeals process, with the aim of submitting applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) .