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While sheltering in place, Northern California Innocence Project staff continues to exonerate, educate and reform!

Law Clinics in the Time of Covid-19Northern California Innocence Project

The NCIP team holds an online “meet and greet” with their client, Jeremy Puckett (upper right corner), who was released a day before we went into shelter in place and had not yet had the opportunity to be celebrated by SCU and his legal team.

The COVID-19 virus and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have limited our physical mobility, but the needs of Santa Clara Law’s clinic clients have not stopped, and neither have the clinical students. Throughout Santa Clara Law’s clinics, students continue to

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On our way!

2020 Spring Break Border Service Trip

On March 7, 2020, eight law students, accompanied by Professors Lynette Parker and Evangeline Abriel, spent their spring break week volunteering at the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project in Arizona. These inspiring students were S. Coleman, Chloe Czabaranek, Osvaldo

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