2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 3

Exonerating the Innocent: Pretrial Innocence Procedures

This symposium issue features ten articles by fourteen scholars and practitioners examining proposals for fundamental changes and even wholesale alternatives to our adversarial criminal justice system that could address the problem of wrongful convictions. These papers were presented at a November 2010 conference co-sponsored by the the New York Law School Law Review and the West Point Center for the Rule of Law.

It also features essays based on presentations made at an event co-sponsored by the Law Reviewa and the New York City Affairs Committee of the New York City Bar Association, entitled Lawyers and the Law in New York City: Ten Years After 9/11 in September, 2011.

Volume 56, Issue 3 (2011-2012)

Table of Contents

I. Exonerating the Innocent: Pretrial Innocence Procedures

II. Lawyers and the Law in New York City: Ten Years After 9/11

III. Notes

IV. Case Comments

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