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Reviews in Review
By Ellen S. Podgor
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Innocence projects — ethics
Ethical Issues for Innocence Projects: An Initial Primer
70 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 921 (2002)
For those who are involved with an innocence project, are considering
starting one, or serve on the board of directors to such a project, this
article is a must-read. Professor Ellen Suni provides needed advice on
the ethical issues that surround innocence projects. In the distinct
context of an innocence project, she discusses an array of topics such
as the existence and creation of an attorney-client relationship, issues
of confidentiality, independence, conflicts of interest, and zealous
representation. This article is particularly helpful because it
recognizes the different models upon which innocence projects can be
John T. Parry
The Lost History of International Extradition Litigation
43 Virginia Journal of International Law 93 (2002)
Professor Parry provides a detailed study of the h
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