Happy Mother’s Day from Kimberly Long

California Innocence Project freed client Kimberly Long is a mother of two. Read her special Mother’s Day message: Since I was freed in 2016, I’ve taken full advantage of every moment I can with my daughter and son. I feel so fortunate to be back in their lives,...

Colton | CIP Clinical Intern Spotlight

Colton, 2018-19 clinical intern, shares lessons he’s learned during his time with the California Innocence Project (CIP). Interning for the California Innocence Project has been the best part of my law school experience. Although the workload is demanding, it is...

Recap: Event with “Burned”Author Edward Humes

On March 19, Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Humes joined the California Innocence Project to talk about his book Burned: A Story of Murder and the Crime That Wasn’t. In the book, Ed explores the case of our client, Joann Parks, and the flawed forensics that...

Jason Makris | CIP Alumni Spotlight

Jason Makris, former CIP clinical intern, shares how CIP helped shape who he is as a lawyer today. Jason is now a solo practitioner in Las Vegas, Nevada. Like many transcendental experiences, being a part of CIP marks your life in ways that are both immediately known,...